September 27th, 2010
06:37 PM ET

Keeping It Civil

When friends text while you're talking to them...when students are on Facebook during class...when students pack up before class is actually over...

People have different definitions of what's rude.  A Rutgers University project aims to define civility - the opposite of rudeness - and try to "bring back nice."

How do we do that?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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September 26th, 2010
05:58 PM ET

Worst Type of Bullying?

What do you think is the worst form of bullying?
We're going to be covering the subject of bullying in the weeks ahead, and we're curious to find out what you think the worst form of bullying is. And while you're here, tell us your thoughts on the issue of bullying.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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September 21st, 2010
06:31 PM ET

The Great Salmon Debate

There's no question that the genetically modified salmon we show you on Wednesday is bigger. The question is whether it's better - both in taste and in healthiness.

While the Food and Drug Administration focuses on that healthiness part, we're asking you to focus on the food part.  Assuming it'll taste like - well, salmon - would you eat the genetically engineered fish?  Or would you prefer to stick with the natural kind?

Carl Azuz

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September 20th, 2010
03:53 PM ET

Your Thoughts on the Recession

In your opinion, is the recession over?
Over the past couple years, many of you have written to us about how the recession has affected your families, communities and schools.  On Monday, the National Bureau of Economic Research reported that the recession is over - that it officially ended in June of 2009.

What are your thoughts:  Do you agree or disagree?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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September 15th, 2010
04:50 PM ET

A Tough Call

Football running back Reggie Bush is giving back his Heisman Trophy.  He's been accused of accepting gifts from sports agents (which is against NCAA rules) while he played college football.

We're interested to see where you stand on Bush's decision - and whether you would've given your Heisman back if you were in the same situation.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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September 12th, 2010
04:35 PM ET

$400 To Ride the School Bus?

How do you get to school?
That's what the price could be in one Massachusetts school district.  Like so many systems, the district is short on money, so it stopped bus service for students who live within two miles of their schools.

We don't know yet if people are going to pay the $400-$500 fee for school bus service, but we are interested in what you'd do if you were faced with this problem.  Imagine you live about two miles from school, and bus service is canceled.  Do you work to earn the money, get a ride with your parents or friends, or start walking?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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September 9th, 2010
07:05 PM ET

9/11 Anniversary

The terrible events of September 11, 2001 changed the U.S.  You probably know about the terrorist attacks and the emotions that Americans and others around the world experienced that day. What are your thoughts on the ninth anniversary of 9/11? Do you plan to observe the day in any special way?

Donna Krache, Executive Producer

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September 7th, 2010
05:14 PM ET

Burning the Quran?

After watching Wednesday's story on why a group wants to burn the Quran and hearing some views against that plan, we'd like to hear what you think about the issue.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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