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For the third year in a row, global hunger rose again in 2017, increasing by 17 million to a total of 821 million people, a U.N. report says. Conflict and climate change are the two main drivers. […] Read More

How U.S. adults perceive religion’s role in politics varies greatly based on the issue, a report found. Poverty was the only issue that a majority affirmed that religion should influence policy “a lot.” […] Read More

Partnering with organizations committed to seeking racial justice and reconciliation, EthicsDaily.com will cover three upcoming events focused on racism in the U.S. […] Read More

U.S. food insecurity may have declined again in 2017, but millions of households still remain food insecure, a government report says, with 15 million food-insecure households. […] Read More

Four faith-based colleges and universities made it into the top 20 in the Sierra Club’s list of green-friendly higher education institutions. Three of those four were Jesuit-affiliated schools. […] Read More

A free, newly launched animated film helps Christians around the world recognize the human cost of a changing climate, and its particular impact on poor and vulnerable women and children. […] Read More

Seeking to cut across religious lines, a new Pew Research Center report placed people into seven broad groups of religious beliefs and behaviors. So where do you fall on the range? […] Read More

Unemployment is under 4 percent; the stock market is reaching all-time highs. U.S. wages, however, have not kept pace with inflation, stagnating purchasing power for four decades. […] Read More

A month after Suzii Paynter announced she will transition out of her current leadership role, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship released a profile for its executive coordinator position. […] Read More

When it comes to seeking a church to join, nearly half of U.S. Protestant churchgoers seek a congregation in which people share their political views, a report says. […] Read More