A year after the Atlanta spa deaths, Asian American communities build stronger ties

March 16, 2022 - 3:35pm EDT
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After the slaying of six Asian American women in Atlanta last year, many Asian American are trying to build the infrastructure and resources for their communities to feel safe and supported.

May 18 - 5:57am EDT

Kotek won her state's Democratic primary on Tuesday. If she wins the general election later this year, she will become the country's first openly lesbian governor.

May 18 - 5:09am EDT

President Biden is making his first trip to Asia since taking office. Pivoting U.S. foreign policy to the region has been a major goal, often interrupted by crises like the war in Ukraine.

May 18 - 5:00am EDT

Abortion rights continue to be the subject of fierce debate in the United States. But for one of America's founding fathers, they were as basic as mathematics and writing.

May 17 - 10:42pm EDT

The Republican narrowly lost to state Sen. Chuck Edwards, who had received the backing of some Republicans who had tired of Cawthorn's controversies.

May 17 - 8:54pm EDT

Pennsylvania has an open Senate seat for the first time in 12 years. While the Democratic race was easily decided, the Republican primary looked like it's headed for a recount.

May 17 - 7:59pm EDT

Rep. Ted Budd, who has former President Donald Trump's endorsement, easily won the North Carolina GOP Senate primary, the AP reports. He will face Democrat Cheri Beasley in November.

May 17 - 4:26pm EDT

The White House announced it will lift some of the Trump era restriction on travel and remittances on Cubans. Hit hard by COVID and other missteps, the Cuban economy is barely functioning for many.

May 17 - 4:26pm EDT

New Hampshire is the only New England state that hasn't protected abortion rights. The issue will be center stage as abortion rights supporter Maggie Hassan tries to hold her seat in the U.S. Senate.

May 17 - 4:16pm EDT

Idaho's Republican primary is seen as a national test for how far to the right the GOP can be pulled, as several candidates tied to extremist groups are running for governor and the legislature.