Twenty-Something Dudes Have Won the Parent-Mooching Millennial Contest

Even though we’ve been hearing about the retirement fund-sapping tendencies of millennial twenty-somethings since the housing market bottomed out like a Camaro doing sixty over a school-zone speed bump, a recently-released study from the Pew Research Center suggests that, even in the post-recession zombie economy,… » 8/04/13 4:30pm 8/04/13 4:30pm

Roe v Huh? Most Under 30 Don't Know Roe v. Wade was About Abortion

Next week will mark the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. But, as new research from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life Poll has revealed, most people under 30 don't know that the landmark case legalized abortion in the United States. 62 percent of Americans (both men and women) knew what Roe v. Wade was all… » 1/16/13 5:20pm 1/16/13 5:20pm

Interracial Marriages Are More Common Than Ever Before

There was a time, not that long ago, when interracial marriage in the U.S. was a completely illegal no-no. Well, flash forward to a half-century or so later, and the picture looks completely different. Intermarriage between races has been steadily on the rise and has now, according to a new study from the Pew Research… » 2/16/12 2:00pm 2/16/12 2:00pm

Pew Research Determines Love Is Dying in America

A new infographic from Pew, the think tank that sounds like a baroness's delicate sneeze, shows that fewer Americans believe in marriage and are trying to fill the emptiness in their hearts with expensive Valentine's Day gifts and fancy, last-minute dinners. While about 39% of all Americans (and 44% of all those… » 2/05/12 2:30pm 2/05/12 2:30pm