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Friday, October 18, 2013

Recent studies have found that daydreaming can have some very tangible benefits. (bruniewska/Shutterstock)

Krista Tippett on Millennials Losing Their Religion | Who Are the Millennials? | Jeh Johnson & The Future of Homeland Security | New Movie Releases: 'Carrie,' 'The Fifth Estate,' '12 Years A Slave' | The True Story of the Man Behind '12 Years A Slave' |  An Argument for Limiting Immigration For the Sake of Immigrants | Daydream Believer: The Tangible Benefits of Idle Thought

Live Chat: How are Religion & Faith Changing?

As part of our series "Young Nation Under God?," The Takeaway will host a live online chat today from 2-3 PM Eastern. The chat will focus on the changing role religion plays in Americ...

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Krista Tippett on Millennials Losing Their Religion

Although 1 in 4 millennials claim no religious affiliation, 84 percent of all Americans still identify with an organized religion. What is behind this change between the generations...

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Who Are the Millennials?

For the millennial generation, those born between 1981 and 2000, technology has been the driving force behind the formation of identity. For millenials, commercial and digital fluency...

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Jeh Johnson & The Future of Homeland Security

This afternoon the president will likely nominate Jeh Johnson, a senior lawyer formerly with the Department of Defense, to lead the DHS. If confirmed, he will fill the seat of Janet N...

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New Movie Releases of The Week: 'Carrie,' 'The Fifth Estate,' '12 Years A Slave'

The Movie Date team, Rafer Guzman and Kristen Meinzer, weighs in on this week’s big releases: The remake of “Carrie,” starring Julianne Moore and Chloe Grace Moretz; “12 Years a Slave...

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The True Story of the Man Behind '12 Years A Slave'

Thanks to the new movie “12 Years a Slave,” many people around the world are learning for the first time about a man named Solomon Northup. A free-born African American man, Northup w...

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An Argument for Limiting Immigration For the Sake of Immigrants

No country is immune from the complications that come with a large exodus or emigration across their boarders. Paul Collier looks at some of these complications in his new book, "Exod...

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Daydream Believer: Examining the Tangible Benefits of Idle Thought

It's good for the kids!

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