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Is the moral example or the policy positions of a US president more important? A recent Gallup survey found the answer depends on which party is in power. […] Read More

More than three-quarters of US adults say houses of faith should not support political candidates and nearly two-thirds agree they ‘should keep out of political matters,’ a new report found. […] Read More

Anti-Jewish bias continues to account for most religious-bias hate crimes in the US, according to an analysis of FBI data. Of the single-bias incidents involving religious bias, nearly six out of 10 were anti-Jewish. […] Read More

In a reversal from 15 years ago, more US adults from 18 to 44 years old have lived together than have been married, with 59% reporting cohabitation and 50% reporting marriage at some point, a report found. […] Read More

Young adults who are engaged in church are more likely to say they are optimistic about the future, secure in who they are, able to accomplish their goals and have someone who believes in them, a Barna report says. […] Read More

A majority of children in low- and middle-income nations are experiencing ‘learning poverty,’ a report said. Around 53% of children in these nations, and up to 80% of children in the poorest nations, are learning poor. […] Read More

Around 34 million adults in the US know someone who has died in the past five years as a result of not having funds to pay for treatment, representing 13.4% of the adult population, a Gallup poll found. […] Read More

Citing the Psalms in his address for the World Day of the Poor 2019, Pope Francis said the inequalities and social imbalances described in the Bible are largely unchanged today, ‘as if history has taught us nothing.’ […] Read More

Two campaigns inserted themselves into the U.S. political cycle on Sunday, both seeking to shake up the political scene in the run up to the 2020 election by returning civility and constructive dialogue to U.S. politics. […] Read More

The suicide rate in the US has been increasing for a decade. Its sharpest rise is occurring in children and teens, with the rates for 10- to 14-years-olds spiking 178% and for 15- to 19-year-olds increasing 76%. […] Read More