Religious affiliation in the United States is at its lowest point since it began to be tracked in the 1930s, according to analysis of newly released survey data. Last year, one in five Americans claimed they had no religious preference, more than doubl… Continue reading →
Next month, hundreds of bargain hunters will descend upon El Cerrito, Calif., a San Francisco bedroom community just north of Berkeley, for the city’s semiannual citywide garage sale. About 65 homes will host individual garage sales, and shoppers can drive from sale to sale, securing deals on secondhand goods that might have otherwise ended up [...] Continue reading →
Amy Mall, Senior Policy Analyst, Washington, D.C.
It’s the worst single-year drought in the recorded history of Texas. There are water restrictions throughout Texas, but what about the oil and gas industry?
According to a recent a… Continue reading →
President Obama is going to India next week and high on his agenda should be the strengthening of the Green Partnership formed a year ago with Prime Minister Singh on his state visit to Washington. The leaders’ agreement set off a year of expandi… Continue reading →