Pew Research Center

Online Apps & Social Media Services Being Used More OftenAccording to a new Pew Research Center survey, we're using a variety of online apps and services more and more.
Study: Social Media Users Shy Away From Sharing OpinionsTired of that friend or relative who won't stop posting or tweeting political opinions? Online loudmouths may be annoying, but a new survey suggests they are in the minority.
'Heartbleed' Spooks 39 Percent Of Web SurfersMost Americans who recently learned about a major breakdown in internet security have been trying to protect themselves but a group nearly as large is unaware of the threat, according to a new survey.
Study: Nonprofit News Sites Need Business Help The growing number of nonprofit news websites say they need more help from business experts than journalists.
Stressed Out Families Try To Find A Work-Life BalanceAsk a working mother about 'work-life' balance and be prepared to wait.
Politics And Religion Don't Mix, Neither Do Politics And Social MediaPolitical debates among friends and relatives during election season are as old as -- well -- politics. But social media is changing the debate.
Smartphone Apps Helping Ease Pain Of RegretEver send a text message you wish you shouldn't have or place a phone call when you've had a few too many?
Study: Interracial Marriage Becoming More CommonInterracial marriages have hit a new high. According to a new Pew Research Center study, they've more than doubled in the last two decades so that now, 1 out of every 12 marriages is a mixed race marriage.
Website Hopes Connecting Communities Virtually Will Also Do So OfflineA new company is using the Internet to bring neighbors together and recreate a community environment.
Perry's Fiery "Fed Up!" May Come Back To Haunt HimNow that Rick Perry is running for president, his campaign has begun distancing itself from some of the candidate's own words.