Poll Shows Cranberry Sauce Is the Most Hated Thanksgiving Food. Through Instacart, The Harris Poll has surveyed over 2,000 Americans on which holiday food they hated the most. Coming in at first with 29 percent was cranberry sauce, a typical Thanksgiving side dish. Nearly half of people surveyed added that canned cranberry sauce was "disgusting.". Coming in at second in the poll was green bean casserole at 24 percent. Another casserole, sweet potato, took third place with 22 percent. 21 percent in the poll said they didn't like pumpkin pie, usually a popular Thanksgiving dessert. The same percentage adds that they hate pie, but still will stomach it. . Even 19 percent also said they could do without Turkey, the centerpiece of traditional Thanksgiving meals
Keith Dietrich says he was humiliated at the New York Police Department because, at age 56, his commanders thought he was too old for the job. Central to his $7 million age discrimination lawsuit is an odd term: "hairbag." As the New York Times reports, Dietrich, a decorated detective who...
Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega denounced an alleged “coup” in Bolivia. This comes after Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, resigned amid protests over a disputed election. Morales said he was the victim of a “coup” and was facing possible arrest. Ortega said: “We express our rejection and repudiation of fascist practices that ignore the constitution, laws and institutionalism that govern the democratic life of nations.”
There was morning snowfall, lowered visibilities and snow covered road conditions around the Kalamazoo, Michigan region. Video shows traffic and morning conditions during the commute.
The 11th annual Singles Day has made Black Friday and Cyber Monday look quaint. CNBC reports the world's largest 24-hour shopping event took place Monday, and for Alibaba, it broke an e-commerce record, surpassing last year's record of almost $30.5 billion before the day was even through. CNN notes...
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88% of US Adults Lose Sleep Due to Binge-Watching. The findings were published in a new survey from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. The survey shows that Americans rank sleep as their second most important priority but many admitted to losing sleep to stream shows. The number rose to 95% when looking at 18-44 year olds. 24% of those surveyed also felt frustrated by missed bedtimes, which led to negative feelings such as guilt. It’s encouraging that Americans rank sleep as one of their highest priorities, but choosing to binge on entertainment at night instead of sleeping has serious ramifications. , AASM President Dr. Kelly A. Carden. Other contributing factors included reading, playing video games and watching sports. The AASM recommends practicing good sleep hygiene and following a healthy bedtime routine to combat the issue