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Elections Are Never Over in Arizona

Weeks after this year’s midterm elections, controversies continue to buffet the political process in Arizona.

Cecilia ‘Cissy’ Marshall, Widow of Thurgood Marshall, Dies at 94

Marshall worked on school desegregation cases for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for seven years.

‘Who Are You?’ Asked My Mother

My 89-year-old mother had lived in our home in California since 2006. But I was forced to move her to an assisted living facility in India.

Alarming Surge of Pediatric RSV

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a common flu-like symptoms, is infecting very young children in large numbers

Keep Covid Off Your Holiday Guest List

Dr. Dali Fan, a cardiologist and health sciences clinical professor at UC Davis, offers some tips for keeping your family free from Covid exposure this holiday season.

A Bill of Rights for Long-Term Care Residents

Advocates for older adults say more needs to be done to protect the rights of residents in California's long-term care facilities.

Documenting Hate!

The web portal Stop AAPI Hate has become an essential tool in the fight against hate crimes and bias incidents.

California is Hungry for New Contractors

Even in a tough economy, contracting work persists. But minority and woman-owned contractors have to overcome many challenges to submit winning bids.

FTC Battles Highway Robbery in Indian Country

Scam artists racked up at least $6.1 billion in ripoffs last year, many targeting Native American communities. Experts say the actual figure is likely far higher.

Voters of Color and Women Saved the Democrats from Disaster

Ethnic Media Services debriefed six experts on their reactions to the election results and what should be done to prepare for the 2024 election.

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