• Do you support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

    Major Controversy Surrounding Indiana's Law

    While many vehemently oppose the law, social conservatives say it would stop the gov't from compelling people to do things they object to on religious grounds, like catering or providing flowers for a gay wedding.

    Do you support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

    Do you support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

    Do you support Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

  • Should universities get rid of the Greek system?

    Will Ferrel's Surprising Stance on Fraternities

    During a conversation with the New York Times, former fraternity member Will Ferrell called the racist behavior of a fraternity at the University of Oklahoma "a real argument for getting rid of the system altogether."

    Should universities get rid of the Greek system?

    Should universities get rid of the Greek system?

    Should universities get rid of the Greek system?

  • Have you ever dated someone of a different race?

    Interracial Marriage on the Rise

    In 1980, just 3% of married couples were mixed-race (the last U.S. anti-miscegenation laws were lifted in 1967). In 2010, 1 in 12 married couples in the U.S. were interracial couples, reports the Pew Center.

    Have you ever dated someone of a different race?

    Have you ever dated someone of a different race?

    Have you ever dated someone of a different race?

  • Srirachi in Asian Cuisines

    In Thailand, sriracha is frequently used as a dipping sauce, particularly for seafood. In Vietnamese cuisine, sriracha appears as a condiment for phở, fried noodles, a topping for spring rolls (chả giò), and in sauces.

    Will you buy Heinz's new Sriracha Ketchup?

    Will you buy Heinz's new Sriracha Ketchup?

    Will you buy Heinz's new Sriracha Ketchup?

  • 2012 Election Turnout

    64% of Americans voted in the 2012 Presidential election. 17.5% of those who didn't vote cited 'too busy/conflicting schedule' as their reason.

    Do you vote?

    Do you vote?

    Do you vote?

  • Is Scientology a cult?

    Auditing Scientology

    The Church of Scientology has been one of the most controversial religions to emerge in the 20th century, coming into conflict with the governments and police forces of several countries and filing countless lawsuits against governments, organizations and individuals.

    Is Scientology a cult?

    Is Scientology a cult?

    Is Scientology a cult?

  • I usually wake up feeling:

    For Better Sleep, Open a Book

    Experts suggest that reading a book can help lull you into a restful night's sleep more effectively than watching TV or using electronics.

    I usually wake up feeling:

    I usually wake up feeling:

    I usually wake up feeling:

  • Should the wealthiest Americans be taxed more?

    Obama to Propose Higher Taxes for the Wealthy

    President Obama will propose several tax increases on the wealthiest Americans during his State of the Union address. The proposed changes would generate $350 billion over the next ten years to help the Middle Class.

    Should the wealthiest Americans be taxed more?

    Should the wealthiest Americans be taxed more?

    Should the wealthiest Americans be taxed more?

  • The Vegas Strip's Crowned Jewel

    The Bellagio Las Vegas is a glass-and-marble homage to the Italian lakefront city of Bellagio. It opened in 1998 at a cost of $1.6 billion and added a $375 million Spa Tower in 2004.

    I book hotel rooms:

    I book hotel rooms:

    I book hotel rooms:

  • The AMEX Elite

    The American Express Centurion Card, known informally as the Black Card, is an invitation-only charge card. The average cardholder has $16.3 million in assets and an annual household income of $1.3 million.

    My credit card of choice is:

    My credit card of choice is:

    My credit card of choice is: