Through the Freedom of Information Act, American Oversight and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law confirmed the review by the Department of Justice.
“This is a deeply troubling revelation that potentially threatens … Read more
By Ed Diokno
Views from the Edge
Lost amidst the cyclone of issues swirling around the White House and its current occupant, mainstream media hasn’t had time to focus on a policy that allows the government to monitor the social media accounts and internet search history of legal immigrants.
The Department of Homeland Security intends to launch this … Read more
One of the most beloved Asian Americans on television is ending her popular show “Fier Upper” on HGTV.
Joanna Gaines and her husband Chip are calling it quits after five seasons of showing America how to make your home more efficient, beautiful and comfortable.
The Korean American designer and her husband … Read more
Filipina American Elizabeth Frances is in her biggest role yet.
She plays Prairie Flower on the AMC series, Son.
Frances was born to a Filipino American mother and White-Cherokee father and has been a frequent visitor to the Philippines since she’s been young.
“Being mixed in the States [is] growing up really … Read more
That may be the philosophy of the Trump administration and the Republican party who are moving to purge the voter rolls in Ohio.
Poll after poll shows Asian Americans and Latinx overwhelmingly vote Democratic.
They are also less likely to vote in an election.
In … Read more
Rapper Towkio was born Preston Oshita, son of a Japanese father and a Mexican mother on the South Side. His grandparents were in the Japanese internment camps, and here he is today. A rapper to make Chicago proud.
By Mandy Day
Legendary martial arts actor Jackie Chan and the cast of Warner Bros. The Lego Ninjago Movie took over Legoland California to promote the film’s release Friday. Media converged on the bustling town in northern San Diego County to participate … Read more
By Ed Diokno
In the morning of Aug. 30, Washington, DC commuters and government officials were greeted by an unprecedented number of dinosaurs to tell Congress to stop the extinction of the Peace Corps and Americorps.
Wha’? you say? Dinosaurs? Aren’t they extinct?
Exactly! That was the point that the demonstrating … Read more