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Nearly half of Americans surveyed by Pew Research Center said they support religious leaders weighing in on social and political issues. Pew’s Greg Smith joins on the News Hub. Photo: AP.
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Will 'Gotham' Signal Change at Fox?
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An English-style manor in Dallas and a waterfront Cape Cod estate are contenders for WSJ's "House of the Week." WSJ's Stefanos Chen reveals the winner to Tanya Rivero. Photo: Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty