Pew Research Center

New data shows a racial divide when it comes to how historical events are viewed.

The market faces an important test as the fourth enrollment season opens up on November 1.

Across America, the median income of the middle class dropped from 55 percent in 2000, to 51 percent in 2014.

"The rent is too damn high," and more of us are being forced to pay it.

While the Christian share of the U.S. population is falling, it is more racially and ethnically diverse than ever—a mirror of American citizens, according to a new Pew Research Center study. Racial and ethnic minorities in 2014 made up 41 percent of Catholics, up from 35 percent in 2007; 24 percent of evangelical Protestants, up […]

A new poll released by USA Today and the Pew Research Center shows 57% of Americans polled believe NYPD officer, Daniel Pantaleo, should have been indicted for the murder of Eric Garner. From USA Today: Americans by nearly 3-1 say the white police officer responsible for the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man being […]

From Journalism.org: As a group, African Americans attracted relatively little attention in the U.S. mainstream news media during the first year of Barack Obama’s presidency — and what coverage there was tended to focus more on specific episodes than on examining how broader issues and trends affected the lives of blacks generally, according to a […]

If the Tea Party were anything to go by this year, there wouldn’t be much more in a name than irony. There is of course a lot to say about the concepts and catchphrases thrown about in their rhetoric, including those related to the revival of the time-honored debate about socialism and capitalism. But are […]

From TheRoot.com: At last week’s immigration march on Washington, tens of thousands of immigrants and activists rallied around the Capitol Building, calling for legislation that would afford legal status to the millions of illegal immigrants living and working within the United States. While official crowd estimates for such events are notoriously unreliable, the New York […]