A Temple University physics professor who lost his job as the interim chair of his department after being wrongly charged with espionage is suing the FBI.
A leading national security defense attorney is accusing the FBI of targeting Chinese Americans in an effort to find inside threats in the intelligence agency.
A naturalized American citizen from China has pleaded guilty to espionage in a New York courtroom and faces 10 years in prison, reports CNN.
Kun Shan Chun, who also goes by the name of Joey Chun, pleaded guilty to providing sensitive information to someone with connections to the Chinese government.
Chun has worked for the … Read more
By Susan Chang
The Center for Media Justice recently organized a phone briefing of the recent Apple vs. FBI court order controversy, encouraging activists of color to join Apple in defending our privacy rights.
Last week, the FBI requested Apple to provide assistance in accessing contents of the San Bernadino … Read more
Five murders which all happened between 1981 and 1990 in the Vietnamese American community have one thing in common, reports an investigation published in the OC Weekly by Pro Publica’s AC Thompson.
All were journalists … Read more
The FBI is investigating a possible new land scam targeting the Hmong American community, reports TwinCities.com.
A company which calls itself Hmong Tebchaws which translate to Hmong Country is telling people the United Nations will soon partition land in Southeast Asia for a new Hmong country.
We wanted to be sure we notified the … Read more
The Council on American Islamic Relations or CAIR is cautioning all Muslim community leaders nationwide to implement new safety measures in the wake of an FBI bulletin warning that militia extremists may be targeting Muslims.
The FBI in a meeting with the Muslim and Arab community in Detroit says fears that is using aerial surveillance to spy on Muslim Americans are unfounded.
Espionage charges have been dropped against a Chinese American employee of the National Weather Service accused of spying for China, reports the New York Times.
The case against Sherry Chen of Wilmington, Ohio is being held up as an example of racism and overzealous prosecutors.
Sherry had just returned from work after a trip … Read more
Dozens of FBI agents and local police officers descended on 11 Vietnamese cafes in San Jose with guns drawn this week targeting illegal gambling machines, reports the Mercury News.
Authorities say the gambling became a greater concern when an investigation tied it to a series of violent incidents, including possibly one homicide. Investigators say … Read more