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Search Trends: 2016 Edition

In case you missed our latest string of Facebook posts, we wanted to highlight four resources related to search trends in 2016.

Resources

Study Details Facebook's Growth As Campaign News Source

MENLO PARK (AP) — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton voters had different media diets, but a study finds common ground in Facebook as an important news source – even if their individual feeds bore little resemblance to each other’s. 492 more words

News

Cops' Feelings on Race Show How Far We Have to Go - NATHALIE BAPTISTE JAN. 16, 2017 6:00 AM

This is “a crisis point in America’s relationship with the men and women who enforce its laws.”

Patrick Semansky/AP

Police line a street in downtown Baltimore in response to protests that followed a rally for Freddie Gray. 310 more words

Point Of Interest

TG#12: Questioning The Number Of Christians In America

Not too long ago I saw surveys that revealed the number of Christians in America and the number of Christians in the US congress.

The Huffington Post shared the Gallup’s Poll survey that revealed the number of Christians at the end of 2015. 255 more words

The Basic Facts of Illegal Immigration

Illegal immigration is an issue that won’t go away any time soon.  It has returned as a controversial issue in all of the major recent elections.   1,215 more words

Immigration

Obama Administration Ending Policy Allowing Cubans to Stay Without Visas

 

‘Wet-Foot, Dry-Foot’ policy, U.S. practice since 1990s, will end.

WASHINGTON— Carol E. Lee and Felicia Schwartz report: The White House plans to announce that President Barack Obama is undoing a longstanding policy that allows Cuban émigrés who reach U.S. 370 more words

Mediasphere

Behind the Badge: What Cops Think

This week the reputable Pew Research Center published the results of a national survey of police opinion – Behind the Badge: What Police Think About Their Jobs… 1,025 more words

Police