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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Pew Research Center
A new report says that by 2025 the Internet will transform the global marketplace and create more informed, better connected and wealthier consumers — for those who can keep up with the technology.
Although recent polls on Catholics supporting same-sex "marriage" are viewed as less disheartening than they appear, the results sparked a call for education on the beauty and truth of Church teaching.
Whether it's his simple lifestyle, candid statements or the energy he's brought as the first non-European pontiff in centuries, Pope Francis is popular with Roman Catholics -- and others -- one year into the job, a new survey reveals.
Experts at a recent panel talk in Washington, D.C., suggested that while religious freedom has become a respectable component of foreign policy, serious concerns remain on a global scale.
If a local television viewer had a dime for each time a station's weather team plunged a ruler into the snow or scraped white stuff from a windshield, he'd be a millionaire by now.
College is expensive. Not going is even more expensive, according to new study.
The Pew Research Center recently published a study that reveals emerging nations are rapidly adopting mobile and Internet technology. Cellphones are particularly prevalent worldwide. These technologies are changing people's lives in many ways.
For the first time since tracking started, wives in a marriage are more likely to be educated than are husbands, according to a Pew Research Center report that has tracked the education attainment of couples for 50 years.
A new report by the Pew Research Center shows the earnings gap between high school and college graduates in 2012 was the highest it had been in nearly 50 years.
President Obama recently warned that too many in our society never climb the ladder to success — they're defeated before they even begin. When children have no future, it poses "a fundamental threat to the American dream, our way of life and what we stand for around the globe."
As U.S. credibility and stature diminish in world affairs, the American president and his secretaries of state and defense engage in eloquent denial.
The Pew Research Center recently published a study that found an uptick in marriages in 2012 — with 4.32 million adults being married, which is up from 4.21 million in 2011.
A day before athletes begin filing in to Sochi's Fisht Stadium for Friday's opening ceremony, NBC is already being tested on how it will cover the two biggest non-sports issues of the Winter Olympics.
The prepared remarks as delivered by Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday, outlining plans for Pennsylvania's 2014-2015 state budget.