Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Moral Values Mold Public’s View of Journalism

Public trust of journalists has been in decline for decades in the U.S. A recent study conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research (AP-NORC) suggests that a key factor is skepticism about several core journalistic principles. Five core...
Faith Groups, Leaders Hail Revised Refugee Quotas

Faith Groups, Leaders Hail Revised Refugee Quotas

Faith groups and leaders across the U.S. have welcomed the policy change announced by the Biden administration on May 3, which will increase the annual U.S. refugee resettlement quota to 62,500. The previous administration had reduced resettlement quotas to 15,000 for...
Third of US Kids Live in Low-Income Homes

Third of US Kids Live in Low-Income Homes

More than one-third of U.S. children live in low-income households, according to fact sheets published in early April by the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP). NCCP analysis of United States Census Bureau data for 2019 – released at Census.gov in the fall...
US Homelessness Continues Inching Upward

US Homelessness Continues Inching Upward

More than half a million people in the U.S. were homeless in early January 2020, according to a U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) report published last month. The 580,466 people counted during HUD’s annual point-in-time assessment is a 2.2% (12,751-person) rise...