You might be wondering what the religion makeup is of the 114th Congress is. Pew has the numbers. Spoiler alert: it's mostly Christian.
According to a new Pew survey, most Americans (72 percent) see religion as losing its influence on American society. What do you think?
In "The People's Republic of Amnesia," Louisa Lim explores the power of forgetting for control in China and those who won't let Tiananmen disappear.
When a BuzzFeed map shows your religion controls the country's power-base, then it's time to stop complaining about persecution.
Did you double-check the facts behind that conspiracy theory you posted on Facebook? It may be that five minutes of research can disprove the whole thing.
As we draw closer to a presidential election, polls and surveys will go into overdrive, covering everything from religion to science and, well, probably back to religion again.
In David Cannadine's "The Undivided Past: Humanity Beyond Our Differences," we discover a hopeful narrative which sees cooperation as the defining message of human history.
Pearl Buck once observed that those who hated the Empress Dowager Cixi were “more articulate than those who loved her.” Jung Chang’s recent biography, Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China, argues that Cixi has long been misunderstood, and her monumental reforms falsely credited to the men who served her or ruled