Look Back | Blessed Are the Peacemakers

Look Back | Blessed Are the Peacemakers

Editor’s note: “Look Back” is a series designed to highlight articles from the Good Faith Media archives that remain relevant or historically interesting. If you have an article from our archives that you’d like us to consider including in this series, please email...

U.S. Prison Populations Rise

Even though the crime rate is down, prison populations grew 2.6 percent last year, according to the most recent Bureau of Justice statistics. More than 2.1 million persons were incarcerated in federal, state or local facilities at the end of last year, according to...

Graying Job Seekers Try Not to Look Their Age

Faced with a tough job market and concerns about age discrimination, some older job seekers are attempting to hide their age from prospective employers. Everything from omitting dates from one’s resume to coloring one’s hair, or even getting plastic...

Banks Catering to Hispanics

With Hispanics now ranked as the largest minority group in the United States, banks around the country are working hard to cater to this increasingly affluent market. Merrill Lynch, Citibank, Bank of America and others are streamlining services to cater to Hispanics...