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

More 20-something Americans are staying single, Gallup report says — TIME

How to choose a safe breast milk bank for your newborn — Fox News

Dad makes room for kids in his backyard workout — The Wall Street Journal

This video of Indian kids sharing their thoughts on having kids is too damn adorable — BuzzFeed

Why the Mommy Wars are good for us — The Federalist

When you 'literally can't even' understand your teenager — The New York Times

3 things you need to know about marriage and the Supreme Court this month — The Daily Signal

FAITH

Colorful Corpus Christi celebrations — The Atlantic​

Pope Francis: “Children have a ‘right’ to a mother and father” — Crisis Magazine​​

Pope Francis is a Christian, not a communist — The New Republic

The controversy over Muhammad cartoons is not about the Prophet Muhammad — The New Republic

How to talk about your religious beliefs (without being a jerk) — Relevant Magazine

What it really means to be a disciple — Relevant Magazine

What you should do with your 'what if' fears — OnFaith

NYT Editorial: The Supreme Court's Jerusalem passport case — The New York Times

EDUCATION

2015 Christian Book Award Winners — RealClearReligion

Can you solve this puzzle? Hong Kong 6-year-olds can — Newser

This summer, the cafeteria comes to the kids — NPR

Yes, you should panic about those lost 5 minutes on the SAT — The Washington Post

A call to default on student loans — BBC

A New York Times op-ed says you should default on student loans. That's a terrible idea. — Vox

Obama Administration opens door for more student-debt forgiveness — The Wall Street Journal

How ineffective government funding can hurt poor students — The Atlantic

MEDIA

If Jimmy Fallon gets his way, 'your baby's first word will be dada' — NPR

Netflix just scored its biggest star yet — Newser

Apple unveils Apple Music streaming service — CNN Money

Apple wants to be the streaming music service for dads — The Atlantic

New Apple Music looks a lot like MySpace — The Daily Beast

Spotify's founder just said what everyone is thinking about Apple Music — Mic

The #BlackLivesMatter movement: Marches and tweets for healing — NPR

Didn’t the McKinney, Texas, police officer know he was being recorded? — The Washington Post

How should Christians respond to abuse situations like the Duggars'? — Relevant Magazine

In Britain, poverty becomes prime-time TV — Macleans

CAUSES

For Baltimore businesses, aid for riot repair is not coming fast enough — NPR

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Prosperity gospel is war on the poor — TIME

Mark Zuckerberg, let me pay for Facebook — The New York Times

'I've never thanked my parents for anything' — The Atlantic

Unlocking the potential in Toronto's suburban highrises — CityLab

Adorable Kid President starts first-ever 'Tell-A-Thon' to end child hunger — Mashable

13 essential items you never thought to donate to those in need — Mashable

MONEYWISE

How to have it all: Time management secrets from six-figure moms — Forbes

How to be 'seen' at work, without working around the clock — Fortune

'Trust me, I'm a chief executive' — BBC

7 signs your boss wants you out — Forbes

How to make sure your startup doesn't destroy your personal life — Mashable

How to follow up after an interview — Forbes

Startup shutdown: How Silicon Valley is killing entrepreneurship in the US — Newsweek

Who wrote this amazing, mysterious book satirizing tech startup culture? — Fusion

Why you want investors who understand your industry — Forbes

Kmart's sales have fallen off a gigantic cliff — CNN Money

Feds to forgive loans of scammed students — Newser

The power of landlords — The Atlantic

View Comments

These are the 13 cities where millennials can't afford a home — Bloomberg

The post-ownership society — Washington Monthly

Americans are happiest in cities with the highest job turnover — Quartz

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

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