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Misleading Police Statements on Use of Force
After doing an analysis of seven high-profile cases where people died as a result of use of force by police, Washington Post reporters Ashley Parker and ...
Atheist Physicist Cringes When Scientists Deny a Creator
Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder is a research fellow at the Franklin Institute for Advanced Studies in Germany. Her YouTube channel has over 550,000 subscribers. ...
Hebrew Tablet May Prove Older Bible Timeline
A team of archaeologists with the Archaeological Studies Institute believes it has found a tablet dating back to 1400 BC. Institute Director, Scott Stripling, ...
Drug Abuse Misinformation Is Dangerous
Six students overdosed on fentanyl during a Florida spring break trip, and several were hospitalized, including two on ventilators in critical condition. ...
Activist Heckles Wrong Public Figure
When a protester at a press conference in Boston stood up to make his voice known, he intended to attack the credibility of Boston mayor Michelle Wu.
What Are People Looking For?
Google has published its most searched-for terms of 2021:
For the UK, the five most frequently asked “When” questions were:
1. When will lockdown ...
The Memories of Monuments
There was no archaeological evidence for the existence of the biblical King David. That is, until 1993, when surveyor Gila Cook noticed a basalt stone ...
The Surprising Patron Saint of Truthfulness
Historian, philosopher, and author Richard Reevesis is a senior fellow at the think tank Brookings Institution. He is concerned that most people can’t ...
The exponential explosion of information in the "information age" is mind-boggling. Consider a sampling of the numbers.
In 2019, a single ...
Business Consultant Claims the 'Best Story Wins'
Business consultant Morgan Housel claims that the best arguments seldom win the day; it’s the best story that changes minds and hearts. Housel writes: ...