Should the Chicago Blackhawks change their logo?

The Chicago Blackhawks' logo features a Native American wearing warpaint and a feathered headdress. The Blackhawks say their name isn't an offensive racial stereotype because it refers to a real person, Black Hawk. But when a First Nations artist redesigned the logo to make it an actual bird of prey, the image went viral and many people, particularly Native Americans, said it was time for the Blac…
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Is 'The Exorcist' the most frightening film ever made?

Time and time again, William Friedkin’s 1973 demonic possession film "The Exorcist" is ranked as the most terrifying movie ever. It was the first horror film nominated for Best Picture, and Entertainment Weekly claims it "remains unparalleled as a terrifying and disturbing cinematic experience." But is is it truly the most frightening film ever made? Vote below! 😱…
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Candy corn or circus peanuts—which is the worst Halloween candy?

Candy corn is more or less sugary wax. Bon Appétit describes the taste of circus peanuts as "wallboard soaked in artificial banana flavoring." Yum. They're both gross, but which is grossest? Vote below! 🎃…
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Who's the better girl group of 2016: Little Mix or Fifth Harmony?

Girl groups aren't as fruitful as they used to be, but there are two girl groups serving major girl power: the UK's Little Mix and U.S.'s Fifth Harmony. Little Mix won the "British X Factor" in 2011, and now they have three platinum albums in the UK—and a highly anticipated fourth album. Fifth Harmony has mega hits like "Worth It" and "Work from Home," and two albums that are certified gold in the…
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Scariest horror movie icon ever: Michael Myers or Chucky?

It all comes down to this! In one corner, you have Michael Myers—the Boogeyman of Haddonfield—with 111 total kills. In the other corner, you have Chucky—the notorious, possessed Good-Guy doll—with 37 total kills. Michael Myers has slashed his way to the finals by offing both Ghostface and Jason Voorhees. Chucky pulled out upset victories in two heated contests against genre veterans Freddy Krueger…
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Is it ever acceptable to dress up as another culture for Halloween?

Cultural appropriation—pretending to be a member of an ethnic, racial or gender group to which you do not belong—seems to run rampant on Halloween. But despite complaints, stores continue to sell gypsy, Native American, Mexican, and geisha costumes. But is it always racist to dress up as someone from another race or culture? Isn't pretending to be something you're not the essence of a costume? Can…
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Are the Chicago Cubs going to choke?

Wow, what a time to be alive! The Chicago Cubs just won a World Series game for the first time since 1945. But the team hasn't won a World Series championship since 1908. Skeptics blame the "Curse of the Billy Goat," which was allegedly cast when Billy Goat Tavern owner Bill Sianis' beloved goat was refused entry into Game 4 of the 1945 World Series. Others argue the curse has been lifted and the…
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Who will win the World Series: Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians?

Chicago (103-58) and Cleveland (94-67) are meeting to battle it out in the 2016 World Series. The best-of-seven playoff series will determine who is the best team in all of professional baseball. Chicago is coming off a tug-of-war battle against the Dodgers in the NLCS, and is still searching for its first championship in 108 years. Cleveland was absolutely dominant in the ALCS, but comes in as th…
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Is anyone going to miss Vine?

Twitter announced it was killing off Vine in a somber Medium post. Vine launched over three years ago and ushered in a new wave of short-form social video. But the 6-second video app was never able to overcome its rivals—namely Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube. Vine launched a few stars, like Shawn Mendes, but has been relegated to the backwaters of social media for quite some time. Did Twitter put…
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Do we like Lady Gaga’s new sound?

Lady Gaga traded her meat dress for tank tops and short shorts! Her fashion isn't the only thing that has changed—Gaga switched from dance-pop to a country-rock-folk sound on her latest studio album "Joanne," which she named after her late aunt. Music critics have praised the album for its authenticity and new sound, but some Little Monsters miss the old Mother Monster sound. What do you think? Re…
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