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  1. Taking a spin class? A congresswoman could teach youRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | USA Today

    If you're willing to shell out $25 for a cycling class in D.C. your teacher might just be a congresswoman. Taking a spin class? A congresswoman could teach you If you're willing to shell out $25 for a cycling class in D.C. your teacher might just be a congresswoman.

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  2. For the Record: Trump's inauguration tolls for theeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    For the Record: Trump's inauguration tolls for thee Donald Trump's inauguration should be different. But does that actually surprise anyone? Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2iHwKyJ It seems like Donald Trump has been in office for a couple of months now, but Friday's the big day when he takes the oath of office, officially drops "elect" from his title and begins tweeting as the leader of the free world.

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  3. How Christian Is The New Congress?Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 8 | Yahoo!

    ... 28 Jews, three Buddhists, three Hindus, two Muslims and one Unitarian Universalist. Democratic Representative Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona was the only member of Congress to describe herself as religiously unaffiliated. Also, all 10 members of Congress ...

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  4. Research: Congress remains ChristianRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | The Columbian

    The share of U.S. adults who describe themselves as Christians has been declining for decades, but today's Congress is about as Christian as it was in the early 1960s, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center. The survey finds that among members of the 115th Congress, which took office Tuesday, 91 percent describe themselves as Christian.

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  5. Religious Makeup of the New Congress Overwhelmingly ChristianRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | WorthyNews

    The share of U.S. adults who describe themselves as Christians has been declining for decades, but the U.S. Congress is about as Christian today as it was in the early 1960s, according to a new analysis by Pew Research Center. Indeed, among members of the new, 115th Congress, 91% describe themselves as Christians.

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  6. In Christian United States, Hindus make a proportional splashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | The Times of India

    For years, particularly during the time when the BJP has been in power, many Indians have resented western media descriptions of India as ''Hindu India'' or ''mostly-Hindu'' India. That's like gratuitously calling the US.

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  7. Congress Remains Overwhelmingly Christian as US Shifts: SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Big News Network.com

    The biggest gap between Congress and other Americans was among those who said they have no religion. Only one lawmaker, Democratic Representative Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, called herself religiously unaffiliated.

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  8. Congress remains overwhelmingly Christian as U.S. shifts: surveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Yahoo!

    ... other Americans was among those who said they have no religion. Only one lawmaker, Democratic Representative Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, called herself religiously unaffiliated. The Pew survey found that 23 percent of Americans described themselves ...

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  9. Congress found to be more Christian than the restaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | The York Daily Record

    Survey finds Congress more Christian than the rest of America Nine out of 10 members of Congress describe themselves as of the Christian faith. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://usat.ly/2j0X9F3 Nine out of 10 members the new House and Senate sworn in Tuesday describe themselves as members of the Christian faith, according to a survey released by Pew Research Center Tuesday.

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  10. Newest Blue Dog Sides with GOP on Repeal of Midnight RulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Roll Call

    New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer was one of only four Democrats to vote for legislation allowing for the repeal of recent regulations finalized by the Obama administration. The three Blue Dog Democrats who voted for the Republican-backed Midnight Rules Relief Act last November had some new company Wednesday night, when the House again passed California Rep. Darrell Issa 's reintroduced legislation. 2 comments

  11. Hindus and Jews gain ground in new US CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | The Times of India

    This is for the first time in American history that the Congress has 3 Hindus members -- Tulsi Gabbard, Raja Krishnamoorthi & Ro Khanna. Though a research suggests that members of the legislative body remain overwhelmingly Christians despite significant change in the religious demographic profile.

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  12. NPR Bewails Lack of 'Nonreligious' Americans in CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | NewsBusters.org

    Danielle Kurtzleben played up in a Tuesday item for NPR's website that " just one of the 535 members of the new Congress " is nonreligious. Kurtzleben underlined that " the nation's top legislative body remains far more male and white than the rest of the U.S. population ...but religion is one of the more invisible areas where legislators in Washington simply aren't representative of the people they represent ."

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  13. Nonreligious are underrepresented in CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | WPTV Local News

    A government of the people is generally supposed to mirror it. That's why Congress' racial and gender makeup is often scrutinized.

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  14. Why does the religious make-up of Congress look different than America's?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | Christian Science Monitor

    In some ways, Congress' religious composition is shifting. But more than nine-in-ten representatives self-identify as Christian, nearly the same as in 1961, according to a new study.

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  15. How does the U.S. Congress really feel about God?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | Effingham Herald

    The United States Congress is mostly made up of Christians, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center . In fact, there are about as many Christians in Congress today - the 115th Congress - as there were back in the early 1960s, despite fear that the number was declining.

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  16. Jews 2nd Largest Religious Group in 115th CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 4 | The Jewish Press

    Out of the 535 members of the incoming US Congress, 30 are Jews, following the 485 members of both houses who define themselves as Christian, according to the Pew Research Center . Jews make up 2% of the US adult population but account for 6% of Congress.

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  17. Total members of the new House and Senate who are religiously unaffiliated: OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Hot Air

    Interesting, but not surprising. It's become a biennial tradition among demographers on the day each new Congress is seated to note that the fastest growing religious group in America - the unaffiliateds, at 23 percent - is also the least represented in the national legislature.

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  18. How Atheists and Agnostics Let Christians Dominate CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Yahoo!

    The 115th Congress is back in session, and at least one thing looks the same as usual: 91 percent of its members identify as Christians. This proportion has basically remained constant for more than five decades, as long as this kind of data has been available, according to a new study from Pew Research Center.

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  19. Incoming Congress Has A Bigger Christian Majority Than The American PublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Switched

    Despite major changes in the American religious landscape in recent decades, the Congress's Christian majority has barely wavered in the last 50 years. The Republican-majority, 115th Congress was sworn in on Tuesday, just weeks before the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump .

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  20. Non-Religious Americans Remain Far Underrepresented In CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | National Public Radio

    ... Washington simply aren't representative of the people they represent. Only Arizona Democratic Representative Kyrsten Sinema admits to being "unaffiliated," which Pew defines as people who are atheist, agnostic or who describe their religion as ...

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