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India Cuts Internet for 27 Million, Sparking Global Protests

Protests broke out worldwide March 19 as the Indian government abruptly shut down all internet communication in the state of Punjab.

Unpacking Biden’s Budget — The President Wants Guns and Butter

President Biden's recently announced budget proposal promises to maintain entitlement programs while dramatically increasing defense spending.

California’s College Corps Program a Respite for Student Volunteers

Supporters say the program gives students a sense of purpose and connection at a moment of rising anxiety and isolation across campuses.

Citing National Security, Texas Lawmakers Target Asian, Immigrant Communities

A raft of bills from Republican lawmakers in Texas would prohibit Chinese and other foreign nationals from attending higher ed and buying property in the state.

Scammers Took Consumers for $8.8 Billion in 2022

$3.8 billion in investment scams and $2.6 billion in impersonator scams topped the list. Most money lost through bank transfers and crypto currencies.

Asian Teens Say Dating Violence a Taboo Topic at Home

Culture and language are among the barriers that prevent many Asian American teens from openly discussing dating violence with their parents.

My Parents Paid the Ultimate Price for Disinformation

Misinformation peddlers have been spreading lies for decades – and for journalist Natalie Hanson, the cost is personal.

Damaging Storms and Power Outages: California Prepares for More Severe Weather

State officials are working to help California communities as another in a series of damaging storms pounds the state.

‘Serial Filers’ — SF Businesses Still Vulnerable to Fraudulent ADA Lawsuits

Business owners in San Francisco say they remain vulnerable to fraudulent ADA lawsuits which have targeted more than 35,000 businesses statewide.

Collateral Damage: the Forgotten Victims of Domestic Violence

'Children are carrying that inter-generational trauma and the cycle of abuse forward. It's only when we care for them now that we have a chance of breaking the cycle and not letting it perpetuate further.'

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