Are millennials in the U.S. less religious?Are millennials in the U.S. less religious?A Pew Research survey found the number of Christians in the U.S. is declining, while the number of unaffiliated adults is increasing. Video provided by Newsy
President Carter to return to U.S. due to illness overseasPresident Carter to return to U.S. due to illness overseasCarter began 'feeling unwell' while in Guyana monitoring election, officials say
A look back at Victory in Europe DayA look back at Victory in Europe DaySoldiers from the British Women's Royal Army Corps celebrate the end of the war in Europe on May 8, 1945, at Trafalgar Square in London. It is the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, when allied forces defeated Nazi Germany in World War II.
U.S. one of the worst places for mothersU.S. one of the worst places for mothersThe U.S. fell two spots to 33rd overall in the most recent State of the World's Mothers 2015 report by the Save the Children organization. Video provided by Newsy
Are more Americans losing their religion?Are more Americans losing their religion?A new survey found that people living in West Palm Beach, Fla., top the list of cities whose populations have never regularly attended church. Video provided by Newsy
Here are the states with the most enthusiastic workersHere are the states with the most enthusiastic workersAccording to a new study from Gallup, Montana, Mississippi and Louisiana have the most enthusiastic, engaged employees. Video provided by Newsy
Sen. Lindsey Graham say foreign oil threatens national securitySen. Lindsey Graham say foreign oil threatens national securitySenator Lindsey Graham say America's dependence foreign oil threatens national security and recommends exporting natural gas to U.S. allies. He speaks with USA Today's Chris Woodyard at the Milken Global Conference.
Countries with the largest defense budgetsCountries with the largest defense budgets24/7 Wall Street’s Douglas McIntyre looks at counties that spend the most on their militaries.
Obama will visit South Dakota, his 50th State, in MayObama will visit South Dakota, his 50th State, in MayPresident Obama has visited 49 states so far, and he's planning a trip to South Dakota in May to round off the list. Video provided by Newsy
Clinton Expected to Announce White House Run SundayClinton Expected to Announce White House Run SundayClinton Expected to Announce White House Run Sunday
Iran: Lift sanctions or no dealIran: Lift sanctions or no dealIran's president says Iran will sign a final nuclear agreement only if economic sanctions against the nation are removed on the first day of the deal's implementation.
After Kenya attack, how should world respond? #tellusatodayAfter Kenya attack, how should world respond? #tellusatodayThe Kenyan military launched airstrikes against Islamic militants in Somalia.
U.S. State department working to remove Cuba from terror listU.S. State department working to remove Cuba from terror listU.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Stefan Selig says the State Department is working to remove Cuba from the terrorism watch list as the Obama administration works toward normalizing relations with the island nation.
Iran deal 'can be done', must put bomb out of reachIran deal 'can be done', must put bomb out of reachBritish Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said late Sunday he believed a nuclear deal with Iran could be reached, but insisted it must put an atomic bomb "beyond reach." Duration: 00:30 Video provided by AFP
Push to preserve the Cherokee languagePush to preserve the Cherokee languageWith fewer than 300 native Cherokee speakers remaining in North Carolina, tribe members hope to preserve their language and culture through a small school where children are immersed in their people's native tongue. (March 25)
Old industries are gone, but nicknames remainOld industries are gone, but nicknames remainRick Hampson discusses the history of American industrial cities and their legacies. These nicknames evoke a time when almost anyone who wanted a decent job could get one.
UC Irvine reverses ban on displaying American flagUC Irvine reverses ban on displaying American flagA short-lived ban on the American flag at the University of California, Irvine is over. Video provided by Newsy
Why farmers and criminals hate daylight saving timeWhy farmers and criminals hate daylight saving timeFor most, daylight saving time is a chance to change their clocks and get more sunlight. But some have never been huge fans of the practice. Video provided by Newsy
Fighting ISIS could drive Iranian wedge between U.S., IraqFighting ISIS could drive Iranian wedge between U.S., IraqThe U.S. isn't helping Iraq in the battle against ISIS in Tikrit, but Iran is. A former U.S. official says that could drive the countries apart. Video provided by Newsy
More young americans arrested for joining ISILMore young americans arrested for joining ISILU.S. law enforcement officials have had their hands full lately trying to thwart ISIL as the militant group continues to recruit Americans. Video provided by Newsy
Why Netanyahu's visit to Washington is proving so divisiveWhy Netanyahu's visit to Washington is proving so divisiveIt's finally the week of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's big speech to Congress, and there's a lot of speculation about Bibi's objectives. Video provided by Newsy
Venezuela reduces U.S. embassy's staff, detains americansVenezuela reduces U.S. embassy's staff, detains americansAs low oil prices hit Venezuela's economy, the country's president is turning his anti-American rhetoric into action, with sanctions against the U.S. Video provided by Newsy
U.S. could deport 150 Bosnians for war crimesU.S. could deport 150 Bosnians for war crimesThe U.S. is investigating as many as 600 Bosnian immigrants for possible connections to war crimes committed during the Bosnian war. Video provided by Newsy
U.S.-Cuba talks, round two: What to expectU.S.-Cuba talks, round two: What to expectThe second round of talks between the U.S. and Cuba will be focused on the nuts and bolts of opening embassies in the two countries. Video provided by Newsy
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Does Obama love America?Does Obama love America?Far right politicians are questioning President Obama's love for America.
Giuliani's comments distract from true issues: Your SayGiuliani's comments distract from true issues: Your SayReaders discuss the former NYC mayor's criticism of President Obama.
Deep Freeze: US-Israeli Rift DeepensDeep Freeze: US-Israeli Rift DeepensThe deep freeze in Washington will continue at least until March 3, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address Congress amid a deepening rift the Obama White House.