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Looking for someone to blame (at least partially) for the outcome of last Tuesday's elections, in which Republicans seized a majority in the House and made significant gains in the Senate? Look no further than your roommate, little brother, or co-
In the 2010 contest for House seats, Republicans won stronger support from people in the major religious groups and even the unaffiliated who usually vote Democratic, an analysis of exit polls show. "None of the religious groups we looked at trended
Tuesday's midterm elections were historic for Hispanics. For the first time ever, three Latino candidates--all of them Republicans--won top statewide offices. In New Mexico, voters elected the nation's first Latina governor, Republican&
But this baby is not like me because she's feeling whatever is coming her way.
After two full years of work, the Albany Civil Rights Institute is finally tying a bow around one of its most ambitious projects while unveiling a new sign to help move the group into the next decade. Fourteen fully-restored church pews are being
Culture minister John Penrose said VAT on repairs to fixtures and fittings could no longer be claimed back by places of worship, due to government efficiency savings. The Listed Places of Worship grant scheme currently allows churches, of any faith
Diana Hartley paused to lean against her rake, wipe her wet face and grin. A good deed didn't need good weather. "Better wet than hot!" the 65-year-old Perdido Bay United Methodist Church member called out, ankle-deep in fresh mulch at Perdido Kid's
San Francisco painter Nellie King Solomon wrestles with profoundly simple, central questions in recent work at Brian Gross...Can materials or tools by themselves qualify or disqualify a work as "a painting"? For years, Solomon has used colored inks
Thirty-four percent of those interviewed in June by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press said they got their news the day before by going online. Another 10 percent used cell phones, email, social networks and podcasts, the study found.
Is the recession changing the role of America's grandparents? New analysis by the Pew Research Centre finds that more grandparents are taking over raising children in US homes More grandparents, fewer parents, according to a Pew analysis of US family