• Sean Spicer on ‘DWTS’: Smooth move or misstep?
    Politics
    Mike Bebernes

    Sean Spicer on ‘DWTS’: Smooth move or misstep?

    Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is in cast of the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars." Is his inclusion a good choice or a misstep?

  • Jay-Z's NFL deal: Savvy or sellout?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Jay-Z's NFL deal: Savvy or sellout?

    Is Jay-Z's new partnership with the NFL a smart business move or a betrayal of his past support for Colin Kaepernick?

  • The U.S. buying Greenland: Joke or genius?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    The U.S. buying Greenland: Joke or genius?

    President Trump has floated the idea of making Greenland part of the U.S. by buying the island from Denmark. Is the notion a flight of fancy or would it be a smart acquisition?

  • Is a global recession around the corner?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Is a global recession around the corner?

    After a decade of sustained growth, the global economy largely recovered from the Great Recession. A number of indicators, however, are raising concerns that a contraction may be coming soon.

  • Should museums return their colonial artifacts?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should museums return their colonial artifacts?

    Leaders in nations that were once European colonies are calling for artifacts stored in museums to be returned. Do they have a right to demand the items be given back?

  • Are new rules a threat to endangered species?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Are new rules a threat to endangered species?

    New Trump administration rules change how the Endangered Species Act is implemented. Are they a practical solution to government overreach or a threat to wildlife?

  • Is a global food crisis avoidable?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Is a global food crisis avoidable?

    A dire United Nations report warns that humanity may not be able to create enough food in the future. What steps can mankind take to avoid a global food crisis?

  • Should Walmart stop selling guns?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should Walmart stop selling guns?

    In the days following a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, that left 22 people dead, the retail giant has faced pressure to stop selling guns in its stores. The 360 shows you diverse perspectives on topics in the news.

  • Millennials and Gen Z: The loneliest generations?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Millennials and Gen Z: The loneliest generations?

    Loneliness has reached "epidemic" levels in recent years. The issue is especially pronounced in younger generations. In a recent study, 30 percent of U.S. millennials said they always or often feel lonely. Loneliness may be even more pervasive among members of Gen Z.

  • Can Canadian imports lower U.S. drug prices?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Can Canadian imports lower U.S. drug prices?

    A new proposal from the Trump administration could allow Americans to import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada. Is this a solution to steep drug costs in the U.S.?

  • What will prevent white nationalist attacks?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    What will prevent white nationalist attacks?

    The mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, that killed 22 people and wounded more than two dozen is the latest act of violence in which the alleged perpetrator was apparently motivated by white nationalism. What will prevent future attacks?

  • Should magic mushrooms be legal?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should magic mushrooms be legal?

    Advocates for making the active ingredient in magic mushroom legal for medicinal and recreational purposes have made progress recently. Should the long-banned hallucinogen be decriminalized?

  • Is it time to take Marianne Williamson seriously?
    Politics
    Mike Bebernes

    Is it time to take Marianne Williamson seriously?

    Self-help guru Marianne Williamson made her mark during the second round of presidential debates. Is she a legitimate candidate for the Democratic nomination?

  • Trump’s focus on race: Tactic or reflex?
    Politics
    Mike Bebernes

    Trump’s focus on race: Tactic or reflex?

    President Trump's repeated conflicts with people of color are seen by some as part of a calculated political strategy and by others as just him acting on impulse. The 360 features diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories.

  • Should U.S. minimum wage be raised to $15?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should U.S. minimum wage be raised to $15?

    A debate is raging over raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour. Would it help to provide a livable wage or would it be a job killer?

  • 'Billy Graham rule': Safe or sexist?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    'Billy Graham rule': Safe or sexist?

    The "Billy Graham rule" is in the news again after a gubernatorial candidate refused to allow a female reporter to travel with him unless a male colleague accompanied them. Is the rule fair to women?

  • What's the fallout from Mueller's testimony?
    News
    Dylan Stableford

    What's the fallout from Mueller's testimony?

    Former special counsel Robert Mueller made his highly anticipated appearance on Capitol Hill Wednesday, testifying for more than six hours. What happens next?

  • What's the answer to school 'lunch shaming'?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    What's the answer to school 'lunch shaming'?

    Schools across the country have been employing practices known as "lunch shaming" to recoup money for unpaid lunch costs. Are these methods practical or pitiless? The 360 provides diverse opinions on topics in the news.

  • Was Al Franken 'railroaded' out of the Senate?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Was Al Franken 'railroaded' out of the Senate?

    In a new report, seven Senators who helped push Al Franken out of the Senate say they regret it. Was he unfairly forced out of his seat or was it fair punishment for his alleged misbehavior?

  • The privacy panic over FaceApp
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    The privacy panic over FaceApp

    FaceApp surged in popularity by offering a chance to see what users would look like several decades in the future, but the app came along with some troubling privacy concerns. The 360 offers diverse perspectives on stories in the news

  • Should the U.S. go back to the moon?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should the U.S. go back to the moon?

    NASA recently announced a plan to send astronauts back to the moon by 2024. Is it a good plan or one giant step in the wrong direction. The 360 provides diverse perspectives on stories in the news.

  • Officer avoids charges in Eric Garner's death
    Politics
    Mike Bebernes

    Officer avoids charges in Eric Garner's death

    Federal prosecutors chose not to pursue a civil rights case against the officer who used a chokehold while arresting Eric Garner, leading to his death. The 360 provides diverse perspectives on topics in the news.

  • Fallout from Trump's attacks on 'the Squad'
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Fallout from Trump's attacks on 'the Squad'

    President Trump's tweets attacking four congresswomen of color has rocked the political world. What impact will his statements and their response have going forward? The 360 looks at issues in the news from a variety of perspectives.

  • Should Homeland Security be broken up?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    Should Homeland Security be broken up?

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently said the Department of Homeland Security should be broken up. Has the newest cabinet agency kept us safe or is it a mismanaged behemoth that needs to be split apart?

  • What was Ross Perot's impact on politics?
    News
    Mike Bebernes

    What was Ross Perot's impact on politics?

    Ross Perot, the billionaire businessman who became a household name, died Tuesday at 89. What was his political legacy?