PERSONAL IDENTITY NEWS
The AI technology, called DeepGestalt, outperformed clinicians in identifying a range of syndromes in three trials and could add significant value in personalized care, according to the study published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine.
Some people can walk into a room and instantly put everyone at ease. Others seem to make teeth clench and eyes roll no matter what they do. A small body of psychology research supports the idea that the way a person tends to make others feel is...
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GROUP IDENTITY NEWS
About six-in-ten Americans (58%) say race relations in the U.S. are bad, and of those, few see them improving
Americans' satisfaction with the way several minority groups are treated in society has fallen in recent years. Significantly fewer Americans now than in 2016 are satisfied with the way immigrants, blacks, Hispanics and Asians are treated.
In the last two weeks, Chick-fil-A has missed out on two potentially lucrative airport contracts after local politicians raised concerns over the company's anti-LGBTQ history
NATIONAL IDENTITY NEWS
The red-blue divide has a big impact on Americans' views of companies, with only two — Wegmans and Publix Supermarkets — appearing on the top 10 list of favorite companies for both Democrats and Republicans, according to an Axios-Harris Poll survey of cor
The United States was home to 10.7 million unauthorized immigrants in 2016, a 13% decline from a peak of 12.2 million in 2007, according to the most recent Pew Research Center estimates.
A Florida student is facing misdemeanor charges after a confrontation with his teacher that began with his refusal to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and escalated into what officials described as disruptive behavior.
GLOBAL IDENTITY NEWS
Saudi Arabian courts will notify women by text message when their husbands have been granted divorces under a law that took effect Sunday.
BERLIN (AP) — The far-right Alternative for Germany party has announced it will create a Jewish section within the party, drawing widespread criticism by Jewish groups across the country. One prominent Jewish student group accused the anti-migrant party
It’s drawing time at this suburban nursery school in Japan, but instead of crayons, tiny fingers are tapping on colors on iPad screens and taking selfies. Digital schooling has arrived in this nation long known for its zealous commitment to “three R’s” ed
PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY NEWS
Please, let’s stop pretending that the college cheating scandal is just an indictment of overindulgent, wealthy helicopter parents. The Justice Department has accused dozens of super-rich parents of making $25 million in illegal payments — and, in some c
In a Military Times poll of more than 1,000 active-duty troops, nearly one in four said they had seen white nationalism in the military. Forty-two percent of non-white respondents said they had personally experienced white nationalism in the military, as
Nineteen UPS workers are suing the parcel distributor, saying they suffered repeated racial discrimination and the company did nothing to stop it.
MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY NEWS
Fox News’ newest pundit is one CNN rejected after she colluded with Hillary Clinton’s campaign before the debates in 2016. Fox said Monday that it has hired Donna Brazile, the former interim Democratic National Committee chair and a longtime CNN commenta
Public sees mobile phones and social media bringing certain benefits to them and their societies. But these views are paired with widespread concerns about their impact on children
Voices of African Photography is a 10-part series presented in partnership with the African Photojournalism Database, a joint project of Everyday Africa and World Press Photo, to highlight the work of 10 African photographers and photojournalists.