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If you're an upwardly-mobile Indian-American, quitting your job in aerospace and defense to make an Internet comedy series is almost certainly not a part of the plan.
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3 hrs ago | Weekend Balita
President Benigno Aquino III on Saturday joined the world in paying tribute to women on International Women's Day, particularly saluting Filipinas who showed strength and offered hope in the face of calamities.
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A helicopter hovers above a large human women symbol at the Quirino Grandstand on the celebration International Women's Day in Manila, the Philippines, 08 March 2014.
8 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Newsweek claims to have identified the creator of Bitcoin, the online currency, but the man they identified refuses to confess.
13 hrs ago | The Age
High expectations: Mindy Kaling, right, with Roseanne Barr at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles last year.
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FAMILY POLITICS: Dingalings crew Satchu Annamalai, Koobeshen Naidoo, Senzo Mthethwa, Henry Ramkisson and Ravi Subramoney are set to get you laughing in their newest production WED-dingalings Night Before.
Clarence Moriwaki will be speaking at the Kitsap County Historical Society Museum, Thursday, March 13, at 6 p.m. His talk is titled: "Let It Never Happen Again."
All smiles: Chew greeting the crowd at the party anniversary dinner at a restaurant in Sungai Chua.
Members of the local Korean-American community were expected to be among those on hand this week to honor a Los Angeles police officer killed in a car crash Friday.
Southeast Asian women are more worried about the effects of poor bone health than an expanding waistline, according to a new report on opinions towards ageing.
An epidemic of suicides is taking the lives of young Native Americans, The Washington Post reported.
Gold would change the course of the nation and speed California's place in the Union.
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The thought of the United States government gathering up its citizens and placing them in "residential centers" or containment camps seems outlandish, but it's happened before and has been attempted more often than you think.
Leo Bretholz is part of a group of Holocaust survivors seeking reparations from a train firm likely to win bid on Metro's Purple Line in Pikesville.
After a two-week 90-round gruelling battle, a 13-year-old Indian American student Kush Sharma finally broke a tie in a local county contest to go to the National Spelling Bee competition.
The recent arrogant remarks by the President that he does not have to wait for Congress to act because he has a pen and phone are nothing less than throwing down a gauntlet to both humiliate and deprecate not just the Congress, but eventually the Supreme Court and ultimately the Constitution itself through a series of unprecedented Executive ... (more)