The Daily Talker
Mark Wahlberg skipped his brother’s wedding.
How should the NFL deal with players who commit domestic violence?
Should children be allowed to learn to shoot weapons like an Uzi?
The Boston office of the National Labor Relations Board will investigate an unfair labor practice charge filed by a Market Basket employee. The employee filed the charge last week accusing the supermarket chain of threatening to fire protesting workers and having a hostile work environment.
Massachusetts drivers are some of the worst in the country. That’s according to Allstate’s 10th annual America’s Best Drivers Report.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is now urging schools to start the school day at 8:30am or later. Pediatricians say that will give students a better chance of getting the 8 ½ to 9 ½ hours of sleep they need a night.
Should certain public officials be banned from participating in fundraisers like the Ice Bucket Challenge?
Should President Obama cut his vacation short to return to Washington after the murder of journalist James Foley?
Should parents stop posting photos of their babies and young children online?
The deadly shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old has sparked more than a week of protests. For the first time, the president is weighing in on the weapons some local police departments are using. And calling for an examination into how federal grant dollars are being used to give some local police departments military-style equipment.