Nearly half of Americans say the increasing number of people “who are not religious” is troubling for society.
Christian users of Twitter tweet more positive statements than the critical language used by atheist users of the popular social media platform.
A new data analysis finds that the onset of the Arab Spring in late 2010 did not spark new freedoms for people of the region, but instead, has led to more global restrictions on religion.
A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center revealed that almost half of all American adults have, at some point, tried marijuana.
There’s no Census question that asks how often curse words pop up in a person’s daily vocabulary, but a company that analyzes call data has tackled the task of finding out which state’s residents are more or less likely to swear.
The findings of a new study organized by the Center for Housing Policy indicate that American working-class families spend, on average, more than half of their incomes on rent.
The percentage of 4-year-olds enrolled in preschool classes in West Virginia is the fifth highest in the country, according to a national study.
According to the results of a new Gallup Poll, six out of every ten people in the United States would be willing to pay more for products made in America.
The findings of a new study indicate that doctors will order fewer laboratory tests for their patients if they know the cost of performing said tests.
Virgin America did the best job for its customers among leading U.S. airlines last year, a report said Monday, as carriers overall had their second best performance in the more than the two decades since researchers began measuring quality of service.