Why Americans like paid family and medical leave but can't agree on the details
A new Pew Research Center survey finds that most Americans like the idea of paid leave, but the discussion gets strained when it comes to the details, including who pays for it.
Why religious freedom is important to both Democrats and Republicans in Gorsuch hearings
Judge Neil Gorsuch deftly handled queries on religious freedom from Republican lawmakers who were out to praise the Supreme Court nominee and from Democrats who were looking for opportunities to trip up the conservative justice.
Bedtime snacks are really bad for you. Here's why
A late-night snack may be satisfying, but it could be affecting your health. Some researchers believe a 12-hour fast contributes to longevity and sharper thinking. And eating just before going to bed may be bad for your heart.
Utah doesn't collect data on LGBT teens, but could a change save lives?
The suicide rate of teens in Utah is alarmingly high, yet Utah still doesn't have data about one of the most at-risk groups of young adults: LGBT teens.
What counts as a church? Supreme Court pension case asks important question
A group of employees are challenging whether the religiously affiliated health care systems that employ them should be considered church-related businesses in the eyes of the IRS.
Does believing in God make you a better American?
A variety of recent research explores the relationship between citizens' religious identity and their identity as Americans.