Same-Sex Marriage

Morning Buzz | Clinton Proposes Tighter Gun Control, Executive Action if Needed


In today’s buzz, SCOTUS may swing right, plus a Tennessee county to adopt resolution asking God not to smite them for issuing same-sex marriage licenses.

Morning Buzz | “Smog Rule” Caps Vehicle, Factory Emissions


In today’s buzz, the 33 million Americans who are still uninsured, plus self-described feminists supportive of Donald Trump.

Morning Buzz | Bipartisan Support for Eliminating Mandatory Minimums


In today’s buzz, a young man opens fire at an Oregon community college, plus Pope Francis’ alleged meeting with Kim Davis is disappointing LGBT supporters.

Morning Buzz | Vatican Does Not Deny, Confirm Kim Davis-Pope Francis Meeting


In today’s buzz, a case for why voting should be a requirement, plus why televangelists are Donald Trump’s saving grace.

Morning Buzz | Pope Francis: “Fundamental Relationships” at Risk


In today’s buzz, the pope urges lawmakers to make an effort to address climate change, plus why fidgeters may lead a longer life.

Morning Buzz | Pope Francis Comes to Washington


In today’s buzz, the pope meets with President Obama, plus former Catholics are more likely to hold positive views of the pope than of the Catholic Church.

Morning Buzz | Even a Majority of Catholic Republicans Oppose Religious Exemptions


In today’s buzz, many are confused over Pope Francis’ position on same-sex marriage, plus a detailed look at Hillary Clinton’s representation in the media.

Morning Buzz | Most of Pope Francis’ U.S. Speeches Will Be in Spanish


In today’s buzz, most Americans say county clerk Kim Davis should be required to issue same-sex marriage licenses, plus the health benefits of being outdoors.

Morning Buzz | Baltimore Pastor Arrested After Protests Against Police Brutality


In today’s buzz, Google searches provide a window into American attitudes toward same-sex marriage, plus Trump’s faith is called into question.

Where Washington, D.C., NYC, and Philadelphia Catholics Differ—and Where They Agree


Ahead of Pope Francis’ trip to the U.S., we take a look at where Catholics in each of the cities he will visit stand on key policy issues.