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The great date debate: Should men always pay?

The great date debate: Should men always pay?

It's 2015 and women are making huge headway when it comes to equality, but some things have stayed the same, like dating expectations. Chapman University in California just released results of its survey of 17,000 heterosexual and unmarried people. The question: Who should pay for dates? The results may surprise you.

Either way, we debate if today's men should still pay for dates?

Florida bill would ban smoking in cars with kids

Florida bill would ban smoking in cars with kids

A state senate bill in Florida proposes to ban smoking in cars any time kids 13 or under are inside. The proposal is getting mixed reactions, sparking a debate around whether this is something the government, or parents, should be deciding.

What's your take on the story? Join the convo on Facebook and Twitter.

Mom saw her low self-esteem in her kids

Mom saw her low self-esteem in her kids

Shannon Webber had been overweight nearly her entire life. She says she had tried lots of diets, but none of them stuck. So, she just accepted her unhealthy weight.

Then, one day, she heard her children talk about themselves like she talks about herself, saying: "You're ugly", "You don't look good" and other hurtful things. That was when Webber decided she and her entire family would change. They were going to get healthy together. Less than a year later, the Webber family is 245 pounds lighter and, she says, much, much happier.

Son begs mom to fight for her health

Son begs mom to fight for her health

Leyla Nava had given up on herself, plain and simple. She tried diet after diet, but couldn’t keep the weight she lost off. Nava weighed 213 pounds and decided she’d be fine with it.

Then one day, Nava's youngest son begged her mom to fight for herself. He needed her to be healthy. That was her turning point. Nava fought for her health and is now 54 pounds lighter!

Will U.S. make 'deal with devil' over ISIS?

Will U.S. make 'deal with devil' over ISIS?

Will the United States be forced into making a deal with Iran or Syria to take on the growing threat of the terror group ISIS? CNN's terrorism expert takes a look at the beheading of another American journalist and what the renewed push for action in the region could mean for President Barack Obama and the U.S.

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