Do American workers need more financial help from the government? That’s the question being argued by U.S. lawmakers as another coronavirus relief bill now goes to the Senate.
The battle against the coronavirus in the U.S. becomes a political fight as state and federal leaders debate who gets more funding and COVID-19 testing.
Genocide survivors say they will no longer be oppressed by the emotional trauma of their past, tamp down fear of government to have seat at the table in Long Beach City Council
Port official says long-term trade war can hurt both the US and China.
Silicon Valley companies attracted to Austin as a tech hub.
In Los Angeles, home to one of the largest Asian populations in the US, festivals are held over several weekends.
One hundred fifty years after Chinese railroad workers strike, historians learning more about what happened to them.
Khmer students in California learn about Cambodian culture through language.
Ethnic group is known for interest in politics, and also for generational divide in political preferences
Variny Yim says she didn’t internalize what it meant that her father was killed in genocide until she started researching Cambodian history while writing her book
For Chanthy Sok, rap infused with Cambodian melodies is a way to pay respect to the survivors of the victims of Khmer Rouge genocide.
This year marks 20th anniversary of genocide in Rwanda and there has been a global movement to remember and educate people about what happened.
Oscar nomination for 'The Missing Picture' was a first for a Cambodian film.
Long Beach, California, is home to largest Cambodian community outside Cambodia - 25 percent of whom live in poverty, according to report.