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Given six possible choices, more than one out of five practicing Christians in the US feel a personal responsibility to help others facing discrimination, a Barna report said. […] Read More

A growing number of garment and footwear manufacturers are disclosing details about their supply chains. Since 2016, the number of companies publishing info online about their top-tier factories has tripled, a report says. […] Read More

Malnutrition presents a ‘double burden’ as nations struggle to address both undernourishment and obesity at the same time, a report said. Up to one-third of lower- and middle-income nations struggle with this dual burden. […] Read More

The number of executions and new capital punishment sentences approached all-time lows in 2019, a report said. The 22 people executed in 2019 are 76 less than the all-time high of 98 in 1999. […] Read More

Nurses in the U.S. continue to receive high marks for honesty and ethics, a Gallup poll found, marking the 18th year in a row that the nursing profession has topped Gallup’s list. […] Read More

With few exceptions, a majority of U.S. adults don’t want religion influencing government policy, a new report says, which covered 10 issues including abortion, climate change, immigration and poverty. […] Read More

Few faith leaders appear in Gallup’s annual most admired people list for 2019. Pope Francis and the Dalai Lama made the top 10 male list, while no faith leaders appeared in the top 10 female list. […] Read More

Calling peace ‘a great and precious value,’ Pope Francis, in his message for World Day of Peace, urged Christians to engage in peacemaking by taking a journey of hope, listening, reconciliation and ecological conversion. […] Read More

While inequalities trigger protests and unrest around the world, the disparities driving such discontent aren’t wholly financial in nature, a report says. They include areas such as education, health and climate change. […] Read More

Fewer U.S. Protestant pastors affirm that the U.S. economy is having a positive impact on their congregations in 2019, a LifeWay report said. Positive responses dropped from 45% in 2018 to 30% this year. […] Read More