As if running a restaurant during a pandemic wasn’t tough enough, Christopher Wong also had to contend with a racist troll.
Nikki Haley is moving closer to making her presidential campaign official.
Lawmakers have invited the man who disarmed a gunman in a Southern California mass shooting and the parents of Tyre Nichols to attend President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address on Feb. 7.
Reps. Marilyn Strickland, Andy Kim, Young Kim, and Michelle Steel—the four Korean American Members of Congress—introduced a bipartisan bill this week to award the Congressional Gold Medal to Colonel Young Oak Kim in recognition of his extraordinary heroism, leadership, and humanitarianism.
A gunman killed seven people at two agricultural businesses in Northern California, plunging the state into mourning again in the wake of its third mass killing in eight days.
Authorities searched for a motive for the gunman who killed 10 people at a Los Angeles-area ballroom dance club during Lunar New Year celebrations, slayings that sent a wave of fear through Asian American communities and cast a shadow over festivities nationwide.
“Our city’s best days are still to come,” Sheng Thao said, at her inauguration as the mayor of Oakland, California on Jan. 9.
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares is launching an investigation into one of the state’s most prestigious high schools, acting on complaints that students there weren’t properly recognized for their achievements on a standardized test.
Hong Kong’s outspoken Roman Catholic Cardinal Joseph Zen was allowed to leave the southern Chinese city to pay his respects to the late Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI in Vatican City, his secretary said earlier this month.
Democrats in control of New York’s Assembly said last week that they would not expel a new Republican lawmaker “at this time,” despite their questions over whether he met residency requirements.