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9 to 5? What about 8 til 4, say British workers
-BBC News - Mon Nov 13 07:10:12 EST 2017
Two thirds of British workers would prefer to start and end their working day earlier than the traditional 9am to 5pm, a new survey has found. YouGov said starting at 8am and finis...
Breaking up is never easy to do. It can be especially difficult when the partnership lasted just over a century, as it did with the department store Sears and the country’s biggest...
MPs support Ealing anti-abortion protest zones, says poll
-BBC News - Tue Nov 07 01:08:53 EST 2017
More than half of MPs support a council's decision to introduce "buffer zones" outside abortion clinics to prevent protests, a poll suggests. A survey of 101 parliamentarians found...
Even though 40% of Americans say they know someone who is transgender, a surprising number insist they wouldn’t want to be friends with them. A YouGov survey found that 27% of resp...
A majority of of Republicans believe books with LGBT characters should be banned from school libraries. According to a YouGov survey, 55% of the GOP supports keep books like Heathe...
A HuffPost/YouGov survey found 53 percent of those who voted for Clinton think the accusations against her husband are credible. Just 11 percent think the allegation...
funkandjazz/flickrThe U.S. may have won the cold war, but the ideological struggle never ended. Marian Tupy writes: Today marks 100 years since the Bolshevik coup d'état in Russia ...
Ban on protests outside abortion clinic gets backing from MPs
-Metro.co.uk - Mon Nov 06 14:05:48 EST 2017
Most MPs support a council’s decision to introduce ‘buffer zones’ to prevent anti-abortionists from demonstrating outside a clinic, a poll has revealed. The survey of 101 parliamen...
This week marks the first anniversary of Donald Trump's election to the presidency. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" anchor John Dickerson met a group ...
The dangerous cult of Donald Trump
-Los Angeles Times - Mon Nov 06 07:08:44 EST 2017
I am not the first person to point this out: There’s been a cultish quality to President Donald Trump’s most ardent supporters. He seemed to acknowledge the phenomenon when he boas...
The dangerous cult of Donald Trump
-Los Angeles Times - Mon Nov 06 01:08:14 EST 2017
I am not the first person to point this out: There’s been a cultish quality to President Trump’s most ardent supporters. He seemed to acknowledge the phenomenon when he boasted tha...
Majority of young Americans prefer socialism or communism to capitalism
-World Socialist Web Site - Mon Nov 06 20:01:06 EST 2017
The second annual report on Americans’ attitudes toward socialism released last week by the anti-communist Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation worryingly reports that, in the ...
Over the past couple of years, the question of if online grocery shopping can go mainstream has slowly shifted to a question of when. Indeed, according to a new YouGov report entit...
Are you a member of the Trump cult?
-Los Angeles Times - Sat Nov 11 04:08:50 EST 2017
Good morning. I’m Paul Thornton, and it is Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Today is Veterans Day, and as The Times Editorial Board points out, about 4,800 former members of the United Sta...
Budget 2017: Issues for the young
-BBC News - Sun Nov 19 16:09:33 EST 2017
More young people are voting than at any time in the last quarter of a century. But that resurgence is favouring the Labour Party. Just two years ago, the split in support between ...
I wonder how long the liberal second look at Bill Clinton’s behavior will last. Is it a permanent part of his legacy now, even on the left, or is it something that Democrats will s...
Bitcoin Price Hits $8,000 As Lightning Tests Cross-Chain Swaps
-International Business Times - Fri Nov 17 13:08:14 EST 2017
Bitcoin's price just reached another all-time high time on Friday, briefly passing $8,000, while the bitcoin community celebrated a few monumental achievements. The popular cryptoc...
Today marks 100 years since the Bolshevik coup d'état in Russia overthrew the provisional government of Alexander Kerensky and replaced it with communist dictatorship that lasted u...
When was the last time you spent time with your mates? If you can answer instantly because you’ve got five-a-side every week or saw the lads in the pub the other night, that’s grea...
Ivory and the election
-BBC News - Tue Nov 14 13:53:30 EST 2017
With Brexit taking up so much time, the government has been criticised for lacking a separate policy agenda. But one minister has been busy recently with work unrelated to leaving ...
An Alabama Robocall Invokes Ugly Tropes
-The Atlantic - Tue Nov 14 19:00:35 EST 2017
Alabama’s Senate race received an ugly new wrinkle on Tuesday night, thanks to an apparent series of robocalls seem to be designed to fan resentments—of the press, of Northerners, ...
Gina Martin was watching The Killers perform at a British music festival over the summer, when two guys kept hitting on her, and wouldn't take no for an answer. What happened next ...
Oh my: Joe Biden 46, Trump 35?
-Hot Air - Wed Nov 15 19:08:07 EST 2017
Glancing at the headline, you would think this was a dynamite poll for good ol’ Uncle Joe. Is it? A twice-elected VP famous for his alleged common touch should be doing better than...
100 Women: Seven trailblazing women in science
-BBC News - Mon Nov 06 04:08:56 EST 2017
More than half of people in the UK can't name a famous woman in science, a survey suggests. This week, BBC 100 Women aims to change that number. A 2014 YouGov survey of almost 3,00...
A year of jobs in Trump's America
-BBC News - Thu Nov 09 04:50:03 EST 2017
On 8 November 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump defied critics and pollsters alike with a surprise election win. Many voters hoped a political outsider would boost their jo...
In this Nov. 8, 2017 photo, Warren Entsch poses for a picture near United Nations headquarters in New York. As a self-described straight crocodile hunter from the country's rugged ...
In June, Chai Mishra launched Movebutter, a small online grocery store with 300 products that promised shoppers more curated and high-quality choices than major grocery stores,&nbs...
The Secret Behind Rupert Murdoch’s Attacks on Robert Mueller
-The Daily Beast - Sat Nov 11 17:08:06 EST 2017
LONDON — It seemed inexplicable. Why would Rupert Murdoch sabotage his own bid to gain control of Sky, the European TV group? For months, Murdoch’s $14.9 billion offer for the 61 p...
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