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Evangelicals Have Higher-than-average Divorce Rates

Despite their strong pro-family values, evangelical Christians have higher than average divorce rates -- in fact, being more likely to be divorced than Americans...

Supernatural Experiences Trigger Religious Donations

People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be "religious givers," with their behavior based on cost-benefit...

Smart enough to know better: Intelligence is not a remedy for...

Smart people are just as racist as their less intelligent peers—they're just better at concealing their prejudice, according to a University of Michigan study. "High-ability...

Big city life may make residents lean toward green, study says

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The downsides of China's explosive urbanization -- like pollution and greenhouse gas emissions -- now are joined by an upside: Better environmental citizens. It's the first time scientists have weighed employment ...

Scientists: Big city life may alter green attitudes

People with good jobs found in large cities are more likely to engage in pro-environmental activities. So says a new study of China's environmental behavior published this week in the British journal Environmental Conservation. For the first tim...

Workers rate safety most important workplace issue in new Labor Day...

More than eight of ten workers -- 85 percent -- rate workplace safety first in importance among labor standards, even ahead of family and maternity leave, minimum wage, paid sick days, overtime pay and the right to join a union, according to a...

Study: Generation X more loyal to religion

Generation X, the set of Americans who came of age in the late 1980s and early 1990s, is often branded as a rules-rejecting, authority-questioning group. But when it comes to religion, new research has revealed that Gen-Xers are surprisingly loyal...

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