The Daily Talker
Ride-sharing service Uber tested on-demand flu shots in three cities yesterday, including Boston, allowing users to request a nurse to come to them to receive a shot. What do you think about Uber offering flu shots?
We’re talking about Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn’s annual “Wastebook,” a ranking of 2014’s top 100 worst examples of government waste. How concerned are you about the way the government spends money?
A mother in Florida has started a campaign to have “Breaking Bad”-inspired action figures removed from Toys R Us stores across the country. Do you think selling the action figures at Toys R Us is inappropriate?
The cleanup continued on Sunday after violent parties erupted near Keene, New Hampshire’s annual pumpkin festival. What do you think should happen to Keene State College students who were involved in Saturday’s riots?
Patriots fans are feeling pretty good this morning following last night’s dramatic victory over the Jets on Thursday Night Football. There were a lot of big performances on both sides of the ball that clinched […]
With Halloween fast approaching, stores are busy stocking up on the latest costumes, including hazmat costumes. But with Ebola causing so many deaths in Africa and even one here in the U.S., do you think it is appropriate for people to wear the hazmat costume for Halloween?
Tech giants Facebook and Apple are telling female employees they will pay to freeze their eggs, but some critics say this encourages women to put their careers ahead of motherhood. Should companies offer to freeze the eggs of female workers?
A New Hampshire lawmaker is making headlines after a controversial comment. In a blog post, Manchester Rep. Steve Vaillancourt called U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster “ugly as sin”. Should he apologize? Should looks be off limits when it comes to criticizing political candidates?
Today is Columbus Day. Some people may think of this as just a day off. Others think about what they learned in school about Christopher Columbus. But now, some cities are voting not to celebrate Columbus Day. Instead, they are trying to reinvent the holiday.
A Lincoln, Nebraska school recommended that teachers not refer to kids as “boys and girls” as a way to promote “gender inclusiveness”. What do you think about this proposal?