Should Catholic employers be required to cover birth control?

The University of Notre Dame is the first major employer to drop contraception coverage for its female employees and students. Obamacare had required employers to cover birth control, but new Trump administration rules offer exemptions if employers have religious or moral objections to providing such coverage. Critics say employers have no business imposing their religious beliefs on their employe…
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Is Blake Shelton really the 'Sexiest Man Alive'?

People has crowned Blake Shelton 2017's "Sexiest Man Alive," and the Internet isn't feeling the publication's choice. Critics argue Blake is a mediocre looking white guy at best. Others say that he's actually not a bad looking guy. Maybe he's not the sexist, but the criticism is harsh. Besides, Gwen Stefani and People think Blake is hot, so that's final. What do you think?…
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How should 'Get Out' be categorized for award shows?

Jordan Peele's "Get Out" is set to compete in the comedy/musical categories at the Golden Globes, and the Internet ain't having it. Critics argue the horror-thriller satire speaks to racism and white supremacy that black people face in America, and there's nothing funny about that. Others say "Get Out" is technically a satirical dark comedy too. It's not unfair to label it as such. What do you thi…
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Favorite Golden Girl: Blanche or Sophia?

'80s sitcom "The Golden Girls" remains one of TV's best-ever shows, and its iconic heroines are still beloved by audiences today. Blanche Devereaux, played by Rue McClanahan, is a wanton Southern belle whose sexual mores might make Samantha Jones blush. Sophia Petrillo, played by Estelle Getty, is a no-nonsense Sicilian immigrant with absolutely no filter. Both ladies are gold, but who is truly yo…
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Favorite Golden Girl: Dorothy or Rose?

'80s sitcom "The Golden Girls" remains one of TV's most subversive and hilarious shows, and its iconic heroines are still beloved by audiences today. Dorothy Zbornak—played by the legendary Bea Arthur—was the cynical, sarcastic diva. But Rose Nylund, played by American treasure Betty White, was the naïve country bumpkin with a heart of gold. We know you don't want to choose, but who is truly your…
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Should LiAngelo Ball be kicked off the UCLA basketball team?

LiAngelo Ball and two of his UCLA teammates were allowed to return home to Los Angeles after being arrested for shoplifting in China. The whole sordid saga has been embarrassing for UCLA and the basketball program, and Ball needs to be kicked off the team. Still, Ball is just a kid who made a mistake, and shoplifting shouldn’t carry such a harsh penalty. What do you think? 🏀…
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Do approval ratings actually matter?

President Trump's approval ratings have consistently reached historic lows, but many argue a president's popularity isn't nearly as important as pundits think. Trump had high unfavorable ratings throughout the 2016 election and still won the presidency. But others believe his low approval ratings make it more difficult for him to work with Congress and pass his policy agenda. What do you think? 📈…
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Does Eric Bledsoe make the Milwaukee Bucks title contenders?

The Milwaukee Bucks aren’t satisfied with being in the middle of the Eastern Conference pack, reportedly trading for talented, but disgruntled Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe. The former Kentucky guard is an athletic defender and finisher who would be a great addition to an already stacked lineup led by Giannis Antetokounmpo. However, Bledsoe lacks the outside shooting touch the Bucks need on offe…
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Should we abolish the bail system?

Lawmakers across the nation are pushing to end the cash bail system, arguing it unfairly keeps poor people in jail before they are even convicted of a crime. New Jersey is leading the way by largely eliminating cash bail with a combination of automated risk assessment systems and electronic monitoring. But opponents say getting rid of bail puts the public at risk. Criminals are more likely to flee…
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Was Robert E. Lee an "honorable man"?

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly set off a firestorm when he claimed the “lack of an ability to compromise led to the Civil War" and called Confederate general Robert E. Lee "an honorable man." Critics like Ta-Nahesi Coates blasted Kelly's statement as shameful and racist historical revisionism. Kelly's defenders say we can't judge history through a modern lens, but others insist we have ever…
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