Should offices allow March Madness pools?

Sure, March Madness has great basketball, but it also gives fans the opportunity to have bragging rights over their co-workers. Office pools get employees engaged with one another and bring people together. Still, office pools are an added distraction that results in lost productivity for employers. They have no place at work. What do you think? 🏀…
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Will you watch March Madness at the office or wait until after hours?

March Madness is on the horizon, and the wild buzzer-beaters and improbable runs will be returning soon. Unfortunately, some of the early rounds of the tournaments are during work hours, but CBS will have plenty of streaming options to test your productivity. Whether it's watching out in the open or utilizing the boss button, watching March Madness at work is standard. Still, some people will wait…
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Can Democrats turn Texas blue?

After Doug Jones pulled out a shocking victory against Roy Moore in Alabama, Democrats had a clear message for Sen. Ted Cruz: 'You're next.' The Texas senator has weak approval ratings in his state, and his challenger Beto O'Rourke is a formidable opponent. Plus, if Democrats can win in Alabama, they can win anywhere. But skeptics point out Roy Moore was an exceptionally weak candidate, and talks…
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Should texting and walking be illegal?

A New Jersey town wants to ban texting while walking in the street. Honolulu passed a similar law last year that allows police officers to ticket people for texting in a crosswalk. The city of Honolulu argues the Distracted Walking Law protects pedestrians from stepping in front of moving vehicles, but others believe a penalty of up to $99 for texting is ridiculous; you can't enforce common sense.…
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Favorite Disney villain: Loki or Kylo Ren?

If Disney is known for anything it's well-crafted evil antagonists to a film's hero. The Star Wars franchise and Marvel Cinematic Universe only expanded Disney's array of evil characters, and arguably the most favored villains are Loki and Kylo Ren. The charming Loki is widely known as the greatest MCU villain—having appeared in three Thor movies, "The Avengers" and the upcoming "Infinity Wars." B…
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Should politicians stay out of sports?

Vice President Mike Pence refused to stand up during a unified Korea's entrance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony. He also walked out in protest of NFL players kneeling at an Indianapolis Colts game during the national anthem. If players' respective leagues can’t properly regulate the sport, politicians have the right to step in. Still, Pence comes off as an attention seeker, and there are bigger co…
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Should President Trump delete his Twitter account?

No politician has weaponized Twitter like President Trump. He even said, "I think that maybe I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Twitter." Some argue his tweets violate democratic norms, undermine Trump's agenda and even threaten national security; Twitter was even forced to respond to accusations that Trump violated their terms of service. But his supporters say Twitter lets him circumvent a dish…
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Is Markelle Fultz a bust?

The Philadelphia 76ers are unsure whether rookie guard Markelle Fultz will return this season. Fultz was taken by the team with the No. 1 overall pick, but is he already a bust? He was drafted to be an all-around monster with a versatile offensive game, but his shoulder injury may have permanently altered his shot. Then again, Fultz is only 19 and has plenty of time to recover. What do you think? …
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Does pineapple belong on a pizza?

The debate surrounding whether or not pineapple belongs on pizza has been dividing the world since time immemorial. Pineapple lovers say the fruit is the perfect foil to any pizza—sweet and savory is a great pairing, and that's no different here. Pizza purists say pineapple pizza is straight up disrespectful. Pineapple should never be anywhere near a pizza. What do you think? 🍍 🍕…
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Favorite male entertainer of the aughts: Usher or Justin Timberlake?

Usher and Justin Timberlake rose to prominence as heartthrobs in the late '90s, but they would eventually become competitors. Usher made his breakthrough in 1997 with his sophomore effort "My Way," leading to his first of MANY crossover R&B-pop #1 hits with "Nice & Slow" in 1998. After leaving teen pop boy band *NSYNC, J.T. became a successful solo star with "Justified." Both successfully carried…
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