Preventing Medical Error: Patients are not jumbo jets
The troubling history of the judge who held the bond hearing for Dylann Roof. I assume he won't be the judge if there's a trial.
A Sicilian town is giving away homes to those who are willing to fix them up.
The Spanish town of Castrillo Mota de Judios (Camp Kill Jews) has changed its name.
This looks like the final nail in the coffin for Pete Rose.
In less than surprising news, men with college degrees become fathers later than men without college degrees.
Local interest: Barbara Brotman tries to unravel the mysteries of Chicago's underground pedway.
While I was putting this post together, I stumbled across an article about a charismatic religious leader who recently took a tumble because of behavior unbecoming a minister. What came to mind were some experiences I've had with evaluation of charismatic individuals. Charisma tends to mislead others, obscuring lack of competence, problematic narcissism and sometimes psychopathy. I considered writing a standalone post, but I found a nice article on the subject.