The truce that stopped the bloodshed in the Korean War turned 70 years old on Thursday and the two Koreas marked the anniversary in starkly different ways, underscoring their deepening nuclear tensions.
Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh and her long-time love, ex-Ferrari CEO Jean Todt married in an intimate ceremony in Geneva on Thursday—19 years after he proposed.
It’s worth discussing similarities and differences between acclaimed graphic novel, “Shortcomings,” by Adrian Tomine and Randall Park’s movie-directing debut, “Shortcomings,” starring Justin H. Min as Ben, Ally Maki as Miko, and Sherry Cola as Alice.
Longtime Cambodian leader Hun Sen said Wednesday he will step down in three weeks as prime minister and hand the position to his oldest son, who won his first seat in Parliament in Sunday’s election.
Singapore executed a man Wednesday for drug trafficking and is set to hang a woman Friday—the first in 19 years—prompting renewed calls for a halt to capital punishment.
As multiple studies isolate the many ways long COVID-19 affects the human body, the list of symptoms keeps growing.
Seattle business owner Tony Au has been appointed as the Ambassador-At-Large Global Outreach for Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC).
Philippines made history at its first Women’s World Cup with its first goal and first win Tuesday, holding on under pressure to upset co-host New Zealand.
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed three community members this month to join the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA).
In a photo from the 2023 pilgrimage to what was Minidoka Internment Center in Idaho, former incarcerees stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, hands on their hearts.