In today’s buzz, a new 24-hour help line offers free support to those who are considering leaving religion, and CPAC stays mostly mum on same-sex marriage.
In today’s buzz, Twitter users are overwhelmingly pro-marijuana and a new study suggests family responsibilities may be keeping women out of politics.
In today’s buzz, Pope Francis urges “responsible parenthood,” Cuomo pushes to raise minimum wage, and the media predict Obama’s talking points in tonight’s SOTU.
In today’s buzz, immigration is on the rise, lefties are making less money, and marijuana may be out before it’s in for DC residents.
In today’s buzz, the CIA’s detention and interrogation programs fall under scrutiny after release of “torture report,” plus why Americans have stopped building churches.
In today’s buzz , immigration cases challenge American schools, the DOJ set to release a new anti-profiling policy, and Alaska legalizes marijuana—39 years ago.
In today’s Buzz, the federal government raises the amount of pot that can be grown for research, nearly one-quarter of American children live in poverty, former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell leaves the witness stand in his corruption trial, Los Angeles’s mayor plans to raise the minimum wage, and the Obama administration takes on a sweeping climate change treaty.
In today’s Buzz, Americans’ racial segregation, where you can carry a handgun openly, racism as a spiritual issue, Democrats organize in Arkansas, and universities still suffer from a dearth of socioeconomic diversity.
In today’s Buzz, the Obama administration announced changes to the contraception mandate exemption, budget cuts threaten a unique Alabama prison education program, working mothers are penalized in hourly jobs, gun groups appeal to women, medical marijuana entrepreneurs try to expand, and a Jewish woman explains why she stopped going to synagogue.
In today’s Buzz, a debate over family leave policies, legal marijuana booms in Washington and Colorado, the federal government stands in the way of medical marijuana research, a tech entrepreneur wants to revive the house call, and a map shows that Americans on the coasts take on more debt.