In today’s buzz, Obama delivers the eulogy at the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney’s funeral, plus gay conversion therapy breaks consumer fraud protection laws.
In his latest article for The Atlantic, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones explores what’s next for the LGBT community once SCOTUS rules on same-sex marriage.
In The Associated Press/The New York Times | 5 Things to Know About Public Opinion on Same-Sex Marriage[06.25.2015]
One of the five things the Associated Press/New York Times says everyone should know about same-sex marriage ahead of the SCOTUS case comes from a PRRI survey.
In today’s buzz, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev breaks his silence, plus American exceptionalism is alive and well.
In today’s buzz, NYT’s columnist Frank Bruni, WP’s Monkey Cage, and PRRI CEO Robert Jones tap into data from the newly released Americans Values Atlas.
In today’s buzz, an atheist tests religious freedom in the Air Force, BP faces billion dollar fines for 2010 oil spill, and a site publishes fan prayers for you Bronco, Bear, and Patriot fans.
In today’s Buzz, independent candidates run for state-level offices, many Americans still struggle to put food on the table, the Supreme Court gears up for another religious liberty case, the New York Times explores the race gap in America’s police departments, and the Mormon church puts its artifacts on display.
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, religious leaders convene to ask for carbon pollution regulations, the House stalls on congratulating Pope Francis, Satanists demand a religious liberty exemption, and overwork may be affecting the gender pay gap.
In today’s Morning Buzz, megachurch candidates are winning primaries, some worry that the backlash to Hobby Lobby will make Democrats seem anti-religion, evangelicals question religion’s place in the public square, and researchers reevaluate the student debt crisis.