A NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor pleaded guilty to charges related to hiding his ties to a university created by the Chinese government while accepting federal grant money.
Extraordinary use of electricity has long been a telltale sign of illegal grow houses producing thousands of marijuana plants hidden in seemingly ordinary homes.
Looking to “reintroduce the Philippines” to the world, new President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has ambitious plans for his nation on the international stage and at home—if, that is, the twin specters of pandemic and climate change can be overcome or at least managed.
Restaurant workers, along with supporters and community advocates, are calling on Congress members to introduce the country’s first-ever Restaurant Workers Bill of Rights.
A woman was arrested and faces a possible hate crime charge after she was captured on video in a racist rant and assault on women of South Asian descent in a suburban Dallas parking lot, in another disturbing example of anti-Asian violence seen across the U.S
By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Three children ages 11, 13, and 14 and an 18-year-old beat and robbed a 70-year-old Asian woman last month inside her San Francisco apartment building and two of them have been arrested, police said on Aug. 15. The woman was outside her Chinatown building when […]
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A man and a teenager arrested in connection with robberies that targeted Asian women in Sacramento are now facing hate crime allegations, police said. Sacramento County prosecutors this week added a hate crime enhancement to robbery charges filed against both suspects, who have been in custody since June, the Sacramento Police […]
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and the Asian American and Pacific Islander community removed an anti-Chinese plaque from a street in what used to be the city’s Chinatown earlier this month.
Nafis Sadik, a Pakistani doctor who championed women’s health and rights and spearheaded the breakthrough action plan adopted by 179 countries at the 1994 United Nations population conference, died four days before her 93rd birthday, her son said.
A man accused of shooting three Asian American women at a hair salon was indicted on Aug. 9 on multiple counts, including committing a hate crime.