For Asian Americans, 2020 was a year of political success and newfound influence. But it was also a time of vulnerability to racist assaults.
By Lisa Desjardins, Patty Gorena Morales
Fear and fallout from this week's deadly shootings in Atlanta have echoed across the country. While investigators have not confirmed a motive in the attack that killed eight, including six Asian women, many across the country have deemed it a…
By Vignesh Ramachandran
As Asian American communities confront hate, speak up if you witness a crime.
By Lindsay Whitehurst, Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
The killings in Atlanta follow a wave of recent attacks against Asian Americans since the coronavirus first entered the United States, with the majority of reports coming from women.
Less than 24 hours after a series of attacks in the Atlanta area killed 8 people, residents and Asian Americans in particular are dealing with the aftermath. Stephanie Sy reports, and Amna Nawaz speaks with Stephanie Cho, the executive director…
By Lisa Desjardins, Leah Nagy, Maea Lenei Buhre
Republican state legislatures across the country are moving rapidly to pass new voting laws, amid former President Donald Trump's continued false claims of election fraud. Lisa Desjardins takes us to the battleground state of Georgia and explains the raging debate.
Rare documents with 12 signatures of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sold on Wednesday for more than $130,000. They were penned in an Alabama jail logbook after King was arrested in April 1963 for leading a march against racial segregation.
By Associated Press
Perdue lost his reelection bid during a closely watched runoff in January against Democrat Jon Ossoff.
In our news wrap Wednesday, a Georgia prosecutor opened a criminal investigation into former President Trump's efforts to influence the state’s presidential vote count, the CDC reported that wearing two face masks is more effective against COVID-19, President Biden ordered…
In a Jan. 2 call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Trump repeatedly argued that the state's top elections official could change the certified results of the presidential election.
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