As anybody who's ever had a job will tell you, work isn't always fun. In fact, sometimes it can be downright scary.
The stated goal of college fraternities and sororities is to promote brotherhood and sisterhood among their members. In many of these organizations, hazing of pledges is a technique that is used to build these bonds. Occasionally, though, this hazing gets out of hand, and a pledge is seriously injured or worse. So, should colleges ban hazing to protect their students?
According to a Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life survey of 17,000 adults, 48 percent say they are Protestants. Twenty-two percent answered Catholic, and 6 percent said they were of another faith, which includes Judaism, Mormonism, Buddhism, Islam and others. 20 percent said they have no religious affiliation.
According to a new survey from the dating site Seeking Arrangement, the nature of the love letter has radically changed over the last decade. Instead of putting pen to paper, amorous messages now usually come in the form emails or text messages.
But the question remains: Do you keep such notes after a relationship has ended and you've moved on?
According to a survey of 7,600 consumers by Market Force Information, Five Guys is the best burger franchise in America.
In fact, Five Guys topped the competition in each of the survey's regions—the Northeast, Midwest, Sout
Smartphones have changed the way we communicate, listen to music, watch videos, even how we pay our bills. But will this explosion in mobile technology one day change the way we vote?
Not since the days of Ross Perot has a third party candidate received enough support to be included in the presidential debates. But does America suffer from its lack of a third major political party?