Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates says he is in Beijing, joining a series of foreign business figures who have visited China as the ruling Communist Party tries to revive investor interest in the country.
Nusrat Choudhury was confirmed Thursday as a federal judge by the U.S. Senate, making history as the first Muslim woman and the first Bangladeshi American to join the federal judicial bench.
A 30-year-old man is in custody—in connection with a shooting that killed one woman, and her baby, injured her husband.
June is Men’s Health Month, an opportunity to raise awareness about important health issues that affect men.
On Wednesday, June 14, the U.S. Senate voted 50-49 to confirm Dale Ho to a lifetime appointment as a judge on the District Court of the Southern District of New York.
King County Councilmember Joe McDermott on Tuesday awarded Sili Savusa with the Martin Luther King Medal of Distinguished Service—an award that recognizes individuals whose work has answered the question asked by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “What are you doing for others?”
Police at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) are investigating a hate crime after a group of young men threw eggs at an Asian student and her friends over the weekend.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced on June 8 that it arrested a former New York police detective, Saul Arismendy De La Cruz, for taking bribes to help robbers targeting Asian Americans avoid arrest.
On June 9, Seattle police arrested a 39-year-old man who was in possession of narcotics and a stolen gun in the Chinatown-International District neighborhood.
“Past Lives,” written and directed by Korean Canadian Celine Song, and the opener at Seattle International Film Festival this year, is without a doubt the most grown up movie I have ever seen—and that you will ever see, too.