Run to Feed the Hungry Returns to Sacramento, Raising Over $900K

More than 27,000 people gathered in East Sacramento Thursday morning for the Run to Feed the Hungry event, which organizers say is the largest Thanksgiving Day fun run in the country. Run to Feed the Hungry, which has become a Thanksgiving tradition in Sacramento, returned this year for an in-person event after the pandemic forced … Read more

Run to Feed the Hungry Launches in Sacramento, Raising Over $900K

More than 27,000 people gathered in East Sacramento Thursday morning for the Run to Feed the Hungry event, which organizers say is the largest Thanksgiving Day fun run in the country. Run to Feed the Hungry, which has become a Thanksgiving tradition in Sacramento, has returned this year for an in-person event after the pandemic … Read more

Medicine must stop using race and ethnicity to interpret test results

Through Layal Liverpool and Jennifer Tsai Roberto Cigna SHOULD your race or ethnicity affect the prescription you get from your doctor? Both are still used in medicine to interpret test results and guide treatment decisions, but the evidence is questionable and the approach could cause serious harm. Medical guidelines in the US, UK and elsewhere … Read more

New York’s new US attorney should focus on prosecuting violent crime, not succumbing to racial hysteria

On November 19, Damian Williams was sworn in as a U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. At 41, Williams is an impressive figure: degrees from Harvard, the University of Cambridge and Yale Law School, followed by prestigious internships with then-Judge Merrick Garland on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit … Read more

Clinical Trials, Mental Health and Digital Therapy

In the breast cancer treatment paradigm, precision medicine and emerging therapies have created new avenues to address the physical burden of disease. However, difficulties in accessing these innovative therapies and interventions for the mental aspects of diagnosis remain significantly unmet, particularly in underserved communities across the country, according to experts interviewed by The American Journal … Read more

Prime Minister to submit personal bill on religious discrimination as moderate liberals continue to worry about details

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will personally submit his watered-down religious discrimination bill to the federal parliament, although some of his moderate MPs still question “the necessity” of the legislation. Most important points: Details of controversial and highly anticipated bill to provide additional protections for religious people have been revealed The bill strengthens protections for religious … Read more

Ricketts Says UNL Diversity Plan Highlights Critical Race Theory

The division over the racial equality plan recently released by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has just grown. In a Monday press conference, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts said he had been misled by UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green. “I’ve lost all faith in Ronnie Green. I don’t believe anything he says anymore, and I don’t know how … Read more

Jacob Blake’s Uncle Says Kyle Rittenhouse’s Sentence Was “An Atrocity”

Justin Blake, Jacob Blake’s uncle, said race played a role in Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, and he believes the teen was guilty. Rittenhouse was found not guilty Friday after shooting three men, two of whom had been killed, during protests that broke out last year over the police shooting and wounding of Jacob Blake. “If you’re … Read more

Jacob Blake’s Uncle Says Kyle Rittenhouse’s Sentence Was “An Atrocity”

Justin Blake, Jacob Blake’s uncle, said race played a role in Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, and he believes the teen was guilty. Rittenhouse was found not guilty Friday after shooting three men, two of whom had been killed, during protests that broke out last year over the police shooting and wounding of Jacob Blake. “If you’re … Read more

Kyle Rittenhouse ruling sparks protests in Chicago, other cities

CHICAGO — Protesters gathered in Chicago on Saturday to express their frustration and anger at a jury’s decision to acquit Kyle Rittenhouse Friday of all charges for the fatal shooting of two people during the Wisconsin unrest last year. Hundreds of people marched and chanted, some holding placards that read “The system will be fixed … Read more