There’s been a lot of talk about immigration reform in the wake of the election, but bipartisan efforts actually find support? Six-in-ten Americans support the basic tenets of the DREAM Act.
One demographic that often gets short shrift are Asian-Americans, but they were overwhelmingly on Obama’s side on Tuesday.
For the first time since the recession, illegal immigration from Mexico is on the rise. This might not seem like a good thing, but some say it’s a sign that the American economy is improving.
In the 2012 election, Maryland voters will have the opportunity to decide if they believe their state should have its own version of the DREAM Act.
Surprisingly few of the religiously unaffiliated qualify as “nonbelievers.” Dr. Robert P. Jones has more at Figuring Faith.
Was Romney’s debate win more about policy, or personality?
A Republican congressman who happens to serve on the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, drew fire after decrying evolution and the Big Bang theory as “lies from the pit of hell.”
Controversy exploded yesterday after an American-made, amateurish movie denouncing Islam inspired protesters to attack the U.S. embassies in Egypt and Libya, resulting in the death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
This year, the Democrats omitted the word “God” from their platform, leading to an inevitable comparison with the Republican platform, which mentioned “God” over 10 times.
In his acceptance speech tonight, will Mitt Romney talk about his Mormon faith?