Daily Talker: Reverse SuspensionOne school says they have a better way to punish and prevent bad behavior. Instead of suspending students, they're bringing parents into school to spend the day with their child.
Daily Talker: New Poll Finds 50% Of Teens Feel Addicted To Their Cell PhoneA new poll finds 50 percent of teens feel addicted to their cell phones. One local expert says parents need to set rules and a good example.
Daily Talker: Traffic Lights In The Sidewalk For Smartphone AddictsOne city is installing traffic lights in the sidewalk to warn pedestrians that are staring at their phones to stop.
Daily Talker: Malia Obama To Take A Gap Year Before Attending HarvardMalia Obama will attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017 after a so-called gap year.
Daily Talker: Report Of Will Ferrell Movie About Ronald Reagan Causing ControversyVariety reports Will Ferrell will play Ronald Reagan in a comedy about his battle with dementia.
Daily Talker: Should Women Register For The Draft?The battle over inequality could soon put women on the front lines. A House panel narrowly voted yesterday to require women to register for the military draft.
Daily Talker: Be Nice To TouristsOne popular vacation destination is reminding residents to be nice to tourists. What do you think of this campaign?
Daily Talker: Getting Rid Of Traffic Lights?Imagine a world without traffic lights. You would never be stuck sitting at a red light again. MIT researchers are working on a plan that they claim would eliminate traffic lights and reduce traffic.
Daily Talker: Proposed Fines Or Jail Time For Missing KindergartenParents could soon be fined or face jail time if their kindergartner misses too much school. The Rhode Island State Senate is set to vote on legislation tomorrow.
Daily Talker: Harriet Tubman To Replace Andrew Jackson On $20Harriet Tubman will replace President Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill. What do you think about this change?
Daily Talker: Paying To Avoid The Middle SeatAirlines are finding new ways to make you pay to avoid the dreaded middle seat.
Daily Talker: What Should Snow Surplus Be Spent On?After last year's brutal winter, Boston significantly increased its snow budget. Because Mother Nature gave us a break this year, the city reportedly has an $8 million surplus for plows and salt. What should that money be used for?

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