Salt Lake City declares racism public health crisis

Washington--Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has declared racism a public health crisis. "This is an important declaration for us to make as a City,"...

Fully vaccinated US travelers can enter Canada on Aug 9

Ottawa--The Canadian government announced on Monday that it will allow fully vaccinated US citizens and permanent residents into Canada starting August 9, joined by...

New report and other clues point to possible causes of the Surfside tower collapse

By Ian Thomsen News at Northeastern As first responders frantically search the rubble for survivors of a collapsed residential tower in Surfside, Fla., the investigation has already begun—and...

US Senate confirms 1st Muslim federal judge

Washington--The US Senate has confirmed Zahid Quraishi to become the first Muslim American federal judge in the country's history. Senators on Thursday voted 81-16 to...

Eight Individuals Charged in Connection with Residential Burglaries Targeting Homeowners of Asian Descent

NEWARK, N.J. – Eight members of an interstate burglary crew were charged for their roles in a conspiracy that targeted homeowners of Asian descent...

Biden signs bill into law to curb anti-Asian hate crimes

Washington--US President Joe Biden on Thursday afternoon signed a legislation to curb anti-Asian hate crimes that have skyrocketed during the Covid-19 pandemic in the...

Anti-Asian hate crimes bill sent to Biden for signature

Washington--The US House on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill aimed at combating the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in the country, sending...

How do we restore civil dialogue in the U.S.?

By Liz Mineo Harvard Staff Writer How can we restore civil dialogue in the nation? A Q&A with Jane Mansbridge In this new series, the Gazette asks Harvard...

Attacks against Asians rise in US: Panel

By Anwesha Bhaumik Kolkata-- Attacks against people of Asian descent aren't new in the history of the US, but recent spike in anti-Asian incidents post-Covid,...

S.Carolina to add firing squad to execution methods

Washington-- South Carolina was one step closer to introducing firing squads to the US state's execution methods amid a lack of lethal-injection drugs. The south-eastern...
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