ABC7 reports that the interviews are considered routine, but more charges and arrests could be announced in the near future.
Some in City Hall questioned why the interviews, which … Read more
The Star Advertiser reports that Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie has apologized for questioning the legitimacy of a letter said to be written by Senator Daniel Inouye 30 minutes before his death.
The letter to the Governor from Inouye requested that Abercrombie appoint Colleen Hanabusa to replace him.
Abercrombie, who instead chose his Lt Governor Brian … Read more
As is often the case these days, I found out about the shooting first on social media.
I didn’t hear it from traditional news outlet. I heard it from stunned individuals in the Muslim American … Read more
To say that the Philippines loves Manny Pacquiao is an understatement. On Sunday, the professional boxer was raucously celebrated here in Tacloban City when he defeated Timothy Bradley, reclaiming the WBO welterweight title and cementing his comeback as a boxing icon.
I spent the night in downtown Tacloban on … Read more
Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie is questioning the authenticity of a letter from Daniel Inouye said to be the Senator’s dying wish, reports the Washington Post.
The letter believed to be written a half hour before the Senator died requested that Colleen Hanabusa succeed him.
The Governor ignored that request and instead appointed his Lieutenant governor … Read more
Known as the Domestic Unit, it was widely criticized by civil libertarians for overreaching, spying on Muslim Americans in mosques, schools, and even markets.
“They were spying on students … Read more
An animated version of Pineda sings a duet with Anna Jomeo from the Philippine band Mulatto.
“We all need to be reminded of our social obligation to … Read more
Vijay Seshadri has become the first Asian American ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, reports Aerogram.
His book 3 Sections was hailed by the Pulitzer Committee as “a compelling collection of poems that examine human consciousness, from birth to dementia, in a voice that is by turns witty and grave, compassionate and … Read more
“Broaching the topic of “White Privilege” is not synonymous with “All white people are evil and, I hate them all.”’ she wrote in her blog for XO Jane.
The comedian jokes that discussions about race and privilege can clear out a room pretty quickly of whites. Her statement is … Read more
Asian Americans make up 10.5 percent of all associates in law firms, but just 2.7 percent of all partners (photo by JaxStrong).
Inside Counsel reports the gap is referred to by many as the bamboo ceiling.
The percentages among Asian Americans making it to partner were lower than that of both African American and … Read more
A donor has been found for a South Asian woman from Canada in need of a life-saving stem cell transplant, reports CBC.
Leukemia patient Moneet Mann took to social media with a clever “will you marrow me” campaign.
She urged members of the South Asian community to sign up for the marrow registry, especially important … Read more