While I strongly support free speech, I question Musk’s motives given his history of using speech to personally profit.  Story by William Chappell, Contributing Writer Earlier this month, Elon Musk, Tesla CEO and the world’s richest man, was offered a seat on the board of Twitter. The offer came after Musk had increased his position …

Story by Will Chappell, Contributing Writer Mistakes are inevitable, but this was not. Late last month, former Vanderbilt nurse Radonda Vaught was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide after giving her patient Charlene  Murphey the incorrect medication leading to her death in 2017. Following the verdict, the American Nurses Association criticized District Attorney Glenn Funk …

Story by Will Chappell I’ve got a full decade of dealing with the medical system under my belt, I work in the media, I’m highly technologically literate— yet getting Evusheld was still a stressful, slow and somewhat difficult process. The United States Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use order for Evusheld on Feb. …

Story by Will Chappell This is the type of show that keeps its audience guessing as to what might be coming next week to a degree rarely seen, keeping us on the edge of our collective seat with anticipation. After a four-year hiatus, Atlanta has returned to FX for season three, airing on Thursdays at …

Story by Will Chappell I’d like to ask Governor Lee if there really isn’t somewhere better he can think of to spend our tax dollars? Earlier this week, Governor Bill Lee took a break from his push to reform school funding to weigh in on an issue of the utmost import: the Tennessee Titans stadium …

Story by Will Chappell In the late 1970s, the National Basketball Association was at a low point. Ratings were low, finals games were broadcast on tape delay, and the league’s viability was in question. But with two electrifying players, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, set to enter the league for the 1979 season, there was …