It there is one thing Americans like, it’s our food fast. Our great nation pioneered the fast food game, and judging from a new report from The Temkin Group we are doing a great job at it, if we do say so ourselves.
The health care law of 2010 was the signature legislation of Barack Obama’s first term as President. However, according to a new poll from Gallup, the public is still very divided on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Over the last few months, there has been some data that suggests the sluggish economy could be improving. Mainly, the unemployment rate, which has dropped to 8.3 percent after reaching a 26-year high of 10 percent in late 2009. However, according to a new survey from Poll Postion, the public is split on whether America is entering into a period of economic recovery.
It wasn’t so long ago that all you could do on a cell phone is make or receive calls.
Now these amazing mini-computers will tell you where you are, where you need to go, and provide you a movie to watch while you get there. Spouses, on the other hand, more or less have the same abilities as they’ve always had.
Last week, the Pentagon decided open up thousands of near-the-front-line military jobs to female military personnel who were previously restricted from such roles.
Women are still banned from combat, although this move to put them closer to harm’s way has upset some, including Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, who said that when women are too close to the front line “emotions” could lead to “compromised situations.” So what does the public think about the Pentagon’s measure?
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, romance in the air. However, when TouchTunes recently polled 120,000 adults as part of their third annual Love Survey, they found that the quality most important in a romantic relationship had nothing to do with chocolate, sexy lingerie or candlelight dinners.
Now that the dust has settled on Eli Manning’s second Super Bowl victory — and second Super Bowl MVP title — it’s time to compare the legacy of this New York Giants quarterback with that of his older brother, 11-time Pro Bowler and four-time regular season MVP, Peyton Manning.
Sorry kids, but dropping out of high school in New Jersey may soon become more of a challenge.
As of now the Garden State requires that those between the ages of 6 and 16 attend school regularly, but a new bill being discussed in the state’s senate seeks to raise the mandatory age of high school attendance to 18.
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