Fewer Refugees Resettling In U.S. Under Trump, Study SaysPew Research Center says the U.S. has resettled 28,000 refugees across the country since January 2017.
Zuckerberg: That Facebook Influenced Election Is 'Crazy'The idea that fake news spread on Facebook may have influenced the outcome of the U.S. election is "crazy," say Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Millennials Drive Rise Of Hispanic Voters In 2016Despite a growing pool of potential Hispanic voters in the United States, driven largely by young people, Latinos are likely to be underrepresented at the polls in 2016, a study released Tuesday has found.
Obama Reignites Political Debate Over CubaA day after the U.S. announced policy changes with Cuba , President Barack Obama's move has sparked debate over the fate of the island nation.
Report: Florida Sees Biggest Rise Of Residents In US IllegallyA report released Tuesday shows Florida saw the biggest increase in illegal immigrants.
Study: Stay-At-Home Mothers On The Rise More mothers are hanging up their work outfits and staying home to raise their children, according to a new study.
Pew Survey Finds More Mothers Are Primary Breadwinners A new survey from Pew Research showed that women continue to make unprecedented advances in the business world, but some say that may not necessarily be a good thing.
Something Extra: The Changing Middle ClassWhat does it take these days to be in the middle class?
Poll: Middle-Class Shrinking In Size And WealthAfter more than a decade of tax cuts, trickle-down economics, runaway government spending, wars, and ballooning deficits and debts, the middle class is poorer and has a lower income than they did in the 1990’s according to a new Pew survey.
Something Extra: What Do Women Want?Are we seeing a big role reversal when it comes to the traditional roles of men and women in the workforce? Are women now from Mars and men from Venus?
Something Extra: Books And BooksDo you read books? A new Pew Research Center poll says a lot fewer of you do than ever before.
Poll: Trayvon Martin Opinion Splits On Partisan & Racial LinesThe Trayvon Martin shooting has been the lead story on most newscasts for the better part of the last two weeks. But interest in the case has split public opinion down both partisan and racial lines according to a new Pew Research Center poll.