Nov 18, 2013 4:17PM ET
Andrew Sullivan is returning to Washington, D.C., fed up with New Yorkers' "suffocating, provincial parochialism." Sullivan is sick of snobs, but is Washington really less snobby than New York? We debate.
Apr 18, 2013 4:35PM ET
How should we feel about the flavored new varietals that are coming down the pike, with which manufacturers hope to win over women and "novice drinkers"? Should flavored whisky exist? We discuss.
Apr 12, 2013 5:19PM ET
Late this week we learned that the sequester may bring an end to the annual tradition of Fleet Week, in which members of the Navy and Marines swarm New York. Is this a good thing? We discuss, with unadulterated weekend joy — and posters.
Apr 1, 2013 1:58PM ET
Is it a day of unrelenting pain, or 24 hours of pure delight? Are the naysayers missing the point, or are the pranksters to be condemned? We discuss, in another round of Cocktail Crossfire.
Oct 2, 2012 3:31PM ET
New research says that even Facebook, where we use our real names and identities, makes us behave terribly. Is the Internet really making us so awful, or were we, perhaps, just bad to start with, and getting worse? We discuss.
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Jul 31, 2012 5:07PM ET
Everyone is complaining about Olympics spoilers. But are they really that bad? We discuss.
Jul 11, 2012 5:21PM ET
It's that time of year again, time to analyze the U.S. Olympics uniforms! Are they faintly laughable, gold-medal ridiculous, or just fine and dandy? We discuss.
Jun 8, 2012 5:31PM ET
On Friday WBUR broadcasters Tom and Ray Magliozzi announced that they would stop making new episodes of their 35-year-old car advice phone-in program Car Talk. This is very sad. Or is it?
Jun 4, 2012 6:52PM ET
In Monday's Washington Post, Monica Hesse revisits an annual conundrum: how to dress for the D.C. summer in an air conditioned office that often feels like winter. It's a complaint as regular as the changing of seasons. But is it valid? We discuss.
May 23, 2012 4:00PM ET
Proposed legislation in New York State hopes to rid the Internet of mean, anonymous commenters. But do we really want to get rid of those people, even if we can?
Apr 30, 2012 4:41PM ET
A new report came out today bestowing Washington, D.C. with the distinction as the number one city for the "well-being" of women. As women who live in this city, we debate that point.
Apr 20, 2012 2:01PM ET
In Today's New York Times, Brian Stelter uncovers a burgeoning problem in American living rooms: Too much good Sunday night TV. But is this quality television overload a real problem?
Apr 4, 2012 1:46PM ET
As another tale of Ryan Gosling super-hero-dom makes its way across the Internet, we ask ourselves: Is Gosling too good to be true?
Feb 29, 2012 3:44PM ET
We've now seen two Internet marriage proposals in just a few weeks, one on Mashable another on BuzzFeed. Is this an acceptable way to ask for someone's hand in marriage? We discuss.
Feb 23, 2012 6:10PM ET
On Thursday, the White House pulled back the curtain on its "Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights," a presidential attempt to clamp down on the misuse of online user data.
Feb 21, 2012 1:20PM ET
Today's Wall Street Journal calls skinny jeans into question, pointing out some scary health issues related to the tight pants trend. But are they really all that bad? We discuss.
Jan 5, 2012 7:47PM ET
The New York Times Magazine has posted an expose on "How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body," detailing rib and back injuries of yoga practices gone awry. We discuss.