Take a trip back to 1989 in this trailer for Southside With You, a movie about the first date between Michelle and Barack Obama. The film, which was produced by John Legend, releases in August. Discuss

Belief in God and regular prayer may be on the decline in the United States, but praying for supernatural healing is still almost a universal experience. A new study conducted by researchers at Baylor University found that 90 percent of Americans have prayed that God would physically heal them or someone they know. The author of the study was shocked by how high the number is. Jeff Levin explained to CNN,

Outside of belief in God, healing prayer might be the most ubiquitous religious practice that there is. This might be one of the most prevalent forms of primary care medicine, and I don't say that lightly … There's this hidden substrate of spirituality in this country, and by asking these questions, it uncovered something always there that was bubbling beneath the surface. This is not a marginal or minor expression. This is pretty ubiquitous.

Beyond the experience of simply praying for healing, more than a fourth of all Americans say they have prayed by “laying on hands”—actually placing their hands on someone else (or vice versa) while intervening for God to heal. Discuss

Good grief. The Peanuts gang is headed back to television. A new series of vignettes starring Charlie Brown and his lovable gang of suburban friends will air on the Boomerang network, starting on May 9. The shorts were created by Normaal Animation of France in the lead up to the recent Peanuts movie, and have already aired in Europe. But, unlike the recent film adaptation, the TV series isn’t in the new CGI-style. Instead, they use watercolor renderings that resemble the comic strip’s original look. Discuss