Morning Buzz | NEW PRRI SURVEY: Nearly Three-Quarters (72 Percent) of the Public Say U.S. Still in Recession[11.17.2015]
In today’s Buzz, a mass resignation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, plus some recent public opinion numbers
In today’s buzz, the latest on the Paris attacks, plus SCOTUS takes up Texas case to require abortion facilities to meet standards required of surgical centers.
In today’s Buzz, upcoming American Values Survey report plus how many people tune in to the Democratic debate
In today’s buzz, former AAR president boycotts Brigham Young University for its policy to expel those who leave Mormon faith, plus McDonald’s all day breakfast.
Using the American Values Atlas, we explore how the religious make-up of nine of the country’s key battleground states have changed.
In today’s buzz, Hillary Clinton’s focus on paid leave, and the pope plans to make a pit stop to Cuba on his way to the U.S. this fall.
In today’s buzz, Marco Rubio joins the race towards 2016, Ohio religious leaders to support gay marriage, and PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks religious freedom.
In today’s buzz, a group of Mormons publicly oppose top LDS leaders, and doctors and environmental authorities link impacts of climate change to public health.
In today’s buzz, S.C. church event combines beer and hymns, and a federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
In today’s buzz, a new Maryland fee inadvertently starts a “green” ministry, LDS OKs Mormon mothers with young children to teach, and the Oxford dictionary crowns “vape” the word of the year.