Here's our daily list of articles from across the Web about family and faith-related topics as well as our other four areas of emphasis: education, causes, media and moneywise.

Some of these stories will find their way to The Pulse, a curated list of the top news stories of the day on our homepage. Others will pop up in our articles. So scan the entire email or focus on the section that interests you most, and don't forget to send us your feedback.

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FAMILY

The North-South divide on two-parent families — NYT Upshot

A new wedding trend? The men taking their wives' names — BBC

I’m getting married in two weeks and I don’t know what my name will be — Quartz

Mystery man donates wife's 1950s wedding dress with moving handwritten note — Mashable

Underage drinking, binge boozing by minors is on the decline — USA Today

FAITH

Australian couple says they'll get divorced if same-sex marriage is legalized — The Huffington Post

I’m unemployed. Should I tithe? — Relevant

Empty pews not the end of the world, says Church of England’s newest bishop — The Telegraph

The wide world of Rabbi Zev Vagner: Spreading Judaism across continents — Chabad

The battle for First Christian Church of Florissant — The St. Louis Post-Dispatch

10 Christian wedding essentials — OnFaith

EDUCATION

Study: To exercise more intensely, use your brain — Newser

The truth behind your state's high school graduation rate — NPR

17 years after saving baby girl's life, hero firefighter attends her high school graduation — The Huffington Post

Freedom, not fries? Texas official wants deep fryers back in schools — NPR

What America's failing schools can learn from 'Sesame Street' — Daily Dot

Let kids learn by hacking their toys — Quartz

When loan forgiveness isn't enough — The Atlantic

Where free college isn't a cure-all — The Atlantic

Elizabeth Warren’s new plan for debt-free college, explained — Vox

MEDIA

Sir Christopher Lee has died aged 93 — BuzzFeed

D'oh! Marge and Homer will legally separate in upcoming 'Simpsons' season — Newsweek

Michael Giacchino on coming home to write music for 'Jurassic World' — NPR

It's all in your head: Director Pete Docter gets emotional in 'Inside Out' — NPR

'Fifty Shades' spinoff slammed as 'irresponsible rationalization of domestic abuse' — TIME

Sex sells? NBC executive wants NHL players to shave — Fox News

Your newest enticement to stay at a Marriott: Netflix — Fortune

Dueling realities: Augmented-reality systems could edge out virtual reality and re-imagine human perception in the process — The Atlantic

The psychology behind Web browsing — The Next Web

The new conspicuous consumption: A comparison of the Rich Kids of Instagram to the oil paintings of European elites — Jacobin Magazine

CAUSES

How women can restore America's middle class — Fortune

What are unions hiding on minimum wage? Our view — USA Today

How prisons kick inmates off Facebook — The Atlantic

Long commutes are awful, especially for the poor — The Atlantic

MONEYWISE

Putting a price tag on the stress of having a child — FiveThirtyEight

Richard Branson gives 1-year paid leave to new fathers working at Virgin — Elite Daily

Forget skipping coffee. Here's how to really save money — Vox

Ina Garten on how to run a business and do what you love — Forbes

I quit my job today — Medium

When your interviewer is a jerk, do this — Forbes

How to write a thank you note after a job interview — Forbes

The hidden economic rules behind Tinder, marriage, kidneys, and college admissions — Quartz

Facebook fights startups over names — The Wall Street Journal

Something is rotting under Silicon Valley — Fortune

Can millennials achieve the American Dream? — The Daily Signal

The try-hard generation — The Atlantic

The Dating Business: Love on the rocks — The Wall Street Journal

Your bank account: The next thing to go obsolete — CNN

Who, What, Why: Is this the perfect size of carry-on air luggage? — BBC

America's next economic boom could be lying underground — NPR

Housing through the centuries — The Atlantic

The cheapest way to use your iPhone when you’re traveling abroad — Quartz

Herb Scribner is a writer for Deseret News National. Send him an email at hscribner@deseretdigital.com or follow him on Twitter @herbscribner.