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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 ...
Other Skyscrapers Fall Short of the Burj Khalifa
In his recent book, Paul Tripp describes a trip to the see world’s tallest skyscraper:
Wherever you go in Dubai, you are confronted with the Burj ...
Study Finds Church Attendance Lowers Crime Levels
Does church attendance accomplish anything good for society? A recent Duke University study shows that it does. Here’s the gist of the study: When ...
International Church of Cannabis
A Lutheran church has stood at 400 S Logan Street in Denver since the early 1900s, but as of recently it has become unoccupied. In April of 2017, the ...
Man Convicted of Assault Over Card Game
Taylor Grant was convicted in May 2022 of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm in connection with a shooting. According to authorities, Grant ...
The Necessity of Reflection and Confession
In the early 1960s, political writer Hannah Arendt attended the trials of Adolf Eichmann, the German officer who had orchestrated much of the Holocaust. ...
Why Are People Acting So Weird?
Everyone is acting so weird! The most obvious recent weirdness was when Will Smith smacked Chris Rock at the Oscars. But people have been behaving badly ...
Man Steals Car and Is Hit by Train
When Bradford Weitzel left a bar recently, he was having difficulty locating his car. Most responsible individuals might consider such a development as ...
Tesla Setting Lets You Drive Like a Jerk
Tesla’s latest Full Self-Driving software now lets you decide how much of a “jerk” you want to be on the road, says Yahoo. The Full ...
America's Drinking Problem
An article in The Atlantic claims that America is in one of "our periodic crises over drinking." Journalist Kate Julian details the crisis: