Religion News Service: Abdullah Antepli, head of Muslim Affairs at Duke University, offered the opening prayer at the U.S. House on Wednesday, the second time he has had that honor.
New York Times: A series of charts shows differences among voters, comparing demographics such as gun ownership, race and religion.
Christianity Today: A border patrol agent and an immigration reform activist discuss the spiritual roots of their unlikely friendship.
Working Knowledge: Business historian Nancy Koehn talks about her new book in which she details the leadership skills of Abraham Lincoln, Ernest Shackleton, Frederick Douglass, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Rachel Carson.
InsideHigherEd: Coker College in South Carolina allows professors to do away with the convention of the three-day-a-week, 50-minute class as an opportunity for pedagogical innovation and deeper student learning.