Taking Care of Our Seniors

Hyphen Magazine, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

The largest generation in U.S. history is cruising into their golden years. Over the next twenty years, the number of folks in the U.S. aged 65 and older will double in size and climb to 20% of the population. These staggering numbers loom over national debates regarding the budget and healthcare as we tackle the issues raised by the aging of our parents and grandparents.

 

Is Obama Really the 'Deporter-in-Chief?' Depends on Whom You Ask

 

PRI's The World, News Report, Angilee Shah, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

Although the increase in deportations is largely due to laws passed in 1996, Obama could use his executive authority to curb deportations.

 

New School Standards Present Challenge for Refugee Students

 

San Diego Voice, News Report, Kimetha Hill, Posted: Apr 16, 2014

Teachers worry that California's new educational standards could make refugee students fall even further behind.

 

Boston University Chinese Community Honors Marathon Victim Lu Lingzi

 

Sampan, News Feature, Candice Chen, Posted: Apr 15, 2014

Biking and jogging along the track, Yao is preparing for her first marathon this month to honor the memories of bombing victim, Lu Lingzi.

Korean in New York Sues McDonald's for 'Racist Assault'

 

The Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

An elderly ethnic Korean in New York has filed a multi-million-dollar suit against McDonald's for an alleged racist attack by one of its workers.

 

Food Truck Makes Texas-Sized Hit With Kimchi Fries

 

Korea Times, News Report, Jane Han, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

While Korean tacos are all the rage, one wildly popular Austin food truck has moved onto something even better – fries, on steroids.

Projections Show Rapidly Changing Racial Makeup of U.S.

 

VOXXI, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

By 2042, so-called racial minority groups will make up the majority of the U.S. population.

Pacquiao's Mom Says She Didn't Put Hex on Bradley

 

Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

Dionesia Pacquiao, the mother of Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, responded to speculation that she was casting a spell on Timothy Bradley.

M.I.A. Faces $15.1 Million Fine Over Superbowl Shenanigans

 

India West, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2014

Sri Lankan-origin hip hop star M.I.A.’s raised middle finger during a Super Bowl XLVI performance raised eyebrows two years ago, and led the NFL and its broadcast partner, NBC, to issue apologies. Now, she is facing a huge, new additional fine.

Vietnam Continues to Suppress Religion: US Congressional Testimony

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2014

Religious leaders and activists, testifying before the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission of the U.S. Congress on March 26, told of numerous attempts by the Vietnamese government to persecute the communities of faith that do not accept government controls.

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