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.
PRRI CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones appears on State of Belief to discuss the newly released American Values Atlas (AVA) with host Rev. Welton Gaddy.
Using the newly released American Values Atlas, we explore ten important trends present in America’s evolving religious landscape.
As part of the El-Hibri Foundation’s World Interfaith Harmony Week Series, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones hosted a webinar titled “10 Things You Must Know About: Changing Landscape in Religious America From Surveys.”
In today’s Buzz, expansion of mental health care stalls, a Utah judge issues a victory for a polygamous family, the U.S. government sues a Minneapolis suburb for blocking an Islamic center, a leaked poll shows that women are skeptical of the GOP, measuring abortion rates is challenging, and both parties worry that White House action on immigration could tip the 2014 midterm elections.
In today’s Morning Buzz, raising the minimum wage could speed job growth, atheists are knitting bricks to protest the Supreme Court’s decision in Hobby Lobby, legalized prostitution could lead to fewer rapes, tech companies recruit gay and lesbian employees, Muslims run during Ramadan, and travelers question whether they should board flights on airlines that have crashed.
Today’s Buzz covers violent immigration reform protests, an unexpected result of the barrage of right-wing ads against the Affordable Care Act, the government’s spying on Muslim leaders, debates over the ordination of women as bishops, and soccer evangelism in Brazil.
Today’s Buzz covers Thomas Edsall’s New York Time’s piece on why the “Southern Strategy” is no longer viable for Republicans, historical systemic discrimination against gay and lesbian federal workers, Supreme Court justice halts execution in Missouri, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary admits a Muslim student, how an official World Cup soccer ball gets made.
Today’s Buzz covers U.S. Court of Appeals decision finds website name disparaging to American Muslims, Idaho overturns same-sex marriage ban, Democrats pressure Republicans on immigration reform, Ben Sasse wins Nebraska Republican Senate primary, the state of health in the U.S.
In today’s Buzz — NYC Police Commissioner shuts down the squad collecting surveillance on Muslims, women’s lack of advancement in the workplace pinned to confidence levels, Hobby Lobby president designs Bible curriculum, Senator McCaskill focuses on overhauling sexual assault policies and colleges and universities, what happened to ideological moderates in Congress?, the endurance of abortion as a politically potent issue.