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Simu Liu stars in 'The Simpsons' episode as Lisa's tech billionaire husband 

Actor Simu Liu appeared on “The Simpsons” Sunday as Lisa Simpson’s future “visionary tech giant” husband.

Miss America reflects on her reign, talks about how brother with special needs inspires her activism

Miss America Emma Broyles has actually spent a lot of her life on the sidelines — cheering on her older brother at sporting events.

UNC Charlotte updates policy to allow Sikh students to wear kirpan on campus

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte announced this week that it would allow Sikh students to wear a kirpan on campus, a religious article.

Foreign workers laid off from Big Tech face a deadline: Find jobs ASAP or leave the country

When one data scientist started working at Meta, he felt like he had finally made it.

Aruna Miller makes history as first South Asian woman elected lieutenant governor in U.S.

Aruna Miller, a former Democratic state legislator, made history in Maryland on Tuesday as the nation’s first South Asian woman to be elected state lieutenant

Asian American groups criticize Seattle's anti-Asian hate budget reduction in new proposal

Asian American organizations are calling out the 2023 budget put forth by Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell, who proposed reducing the city’s fund to combat anti-Asia

'The Daily Show' faces backlash after segments about Rishi Sunak

“The Daily Show” is being criticized after a segment about Britain’s first Asian and nonwhite prime minister, Rishi Sunak.

This creator's rice board is a delicious response to the viral butter board trend

Those viral butter boards are spreading everywhere, but one woman is serving up her own version of the food trend: rice boards.

Anna May Wong will be 1st Asian American featured on U.S. currency

The trailblazing Chinese American actress Anna May Wong will be the first Asian American featured on U.S. currency as part of a program that includes notable

Ahead of midterms, politicians warn against using China rhetoric that scapegoats Asians

Asian American politicians are warning against using inflammatory rhetoric about China and anti-Asian terms ahead of the midterms after a new report detailed

Constance Wu shares details about her attempted suicide

Actor Constance Wu opened up about her suicide attempt in a tearful conversation on Jada Pinkett Smith’s show “Red Table Talk,” divulging what led to the