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Why People Fixate on True Crime Shows
Tens of millions of people devour true-crime shows on TV, cable, streaming services, radio, podcasts, and in books. This is deeply personal for author ...
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT
In a recent Q&A with CT magazine, veteran AI engineer Tom Kehler, talked about the limits of the popular ChatGPT, and the wonders of the human brain. ...
Fitness Coach Says Admitting Weakness Increases Resilience
Steve Magness, a performance coach who has worked with Olympians and professional athletes, has become an expert on resilience. Magness notes that admitting ...
Passengers Sing After Unruly Woman Removed
Federal law enforcement officers were dispatched to the Gold Coast Airport in Queensland, Australia after a drunk, disorderly woman refused to follow ...
Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, and the Reality of Imperfection
By most measures, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are remarkable women. Intelligent and capable …. Both are the kind of mega pop stars who inspire ...
Coddling Parents and the Transgender Craze
Writer Abigail Shrier goes in depth into the serious harm being caused to American pre-teen and teenage girls in her book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender ...
Handcrafted by the Ultimate Artisan
There seems to be a trend for artisanal products—coffee shops, bakeries, and the like. Some may not know what artisanal means, other than assuming ...
Fired Disney CEO Prioritized Profits over People
When Disney CEO Bob Chapek was fired and replaced by his predecessor Bob Iger, many of Disney’s most vocal fans rejoiced. One of them is Len Testa, ...
‘Humility’ Is Really Our New Pride
Columnist David Brooks mocks what passes for humility these days. He points to a tweet from the president of the European Central Bank: “I was humbled ...
Trusting God When He Is Silent
In an issue of CT magazine, author and college president Krish Kandiah writes:
One of my earliest memories is of holding my mother’s hand on my first ...