PHOENIX — A federal judge dealt a serious rebuke to Arizona’s toughest-in-the-nation immigration law on Wednesday, July 28
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Sitting in a crowded strip mall office, about three dozen Gwinnett Country Republicans — mostly white — voted down a newspaper ad
By Gillian Wong The Associated Press LIUZHOU, China (AP) — Sherrie Cramer breaks into stifled sobs as she nears the dirt-streaked former orphanage in China where her daughter lived as a severely malnourished infant. Once again, Cramer is fighting to keep the child she adopted alive. But this time, it’s a battle against leukemia, and […]
By Mackenzie Carpenter Pittsburgh Post-Gazette PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jaclyn Davis, of Akron, Ohio, may be as American as apple pie, but when she answers the phone at La Gourmandine bakery in Lawrenceville, her accent is as rich, fruity and authentically French as the tarte aux fraises sold there. And therein lies the problem: the 22-year […]
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — On a steamy summer morning, Minh Chu would normally be out in the Gulf, hauling in huge loads of shrimp in the blistering sun.
Bbali, Bbali. It means quickly. You will hear it shouted in many places by Korean Americans, particularly in restaurants, because they are often busy and have no time to wait.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Republicans ended their meeting last Saturday without disciplining or dismissing a state legislator
HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama’s brother-in-law, Konrad Ng, will serve as acting director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program this summer.
Once again, an Indian-American was going to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee. It was just a matter of what word and what time on June 4.
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington school districts are struggling with a new federal requirement to gather more specific information on the ethnicity of their students