With the recent flood of migrant children from countries in Central America and elsewhere, this poll probes the options for effectively dealing with the problems.
A small majority of Overdrive readers favor no U.S. intervention in the ongoing crisis in Iraq.
One in three Overdrive readers got what they wanted when Veterans Affairs head Eric Shinseki stepped down in late May. More on reaction to VA problems here.
In the wake of the scandal over allegations that the VA doctored wait times and other stats, what do you think would do the most to affect change there for better service or to get ...
With President Obama advocating for a $10.10/hour federal minimum wage and some states having raised the minimum wage as high as $15, readers showed fairly even division on the issue.
Results of polling on 2014 business outlook shows generally optimistic views from the majority of respondents relative to the past year.
With many states going well above the current federal minimum of $7.25 per hour, is it time the U.S. government raised its own minimum? Weigh in on the subject via this poll and in comments. ...
A slight majority of readers seemed to think so. More than 50 percent voted a categorical “no” to the question of whether Iran should be able to pursue nuclear power development minus international economic sanctions.
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