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Two Indian-Americans win Congressional primaries in California

Ro Khanna and Ami Bera and are expected to win the Congressional elections in November.

WASHINGTON: PTI (June 6, 2018) Indian-American Congressmen Ami

Indian American Manisha Singh sworn in as Asst. Secretary of State

WASHINGTON: Indian American Manisha Singh, a lawyer and Congressional staffer, has been sworn in as the Assistant Secretary of State for

In a first, Sikh-American nominated to be New Jersey’s AG

WASHINGTON (PTI) – A prominent Sikh-American lawyer, who has “experienced hate and intolerance first-hand”, has been nominated to serve as the next Attorney

4 Indian-Americans on Capitol Hill endorse Maryland’s Aruna Miller

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (India Abroad) The congressional campaign of three-term Maryland state legislator Aruna Miller has received a major boost as the four

‘Smoking kills,’ US tobacco firms say in court-ordered ads

WASHINGTON | AFP , 11/26/2017 – Smoking kills an average 1,200 Americans daily, US tobacco companies admitted Sunday in court-ordered “corrective

FDA to revoke soy health claim

by Debra Goldschmidt and Jacqueline Howard WASHINGTON – The US Food and Drug Administration called into question Monday the authorized health

Privacy groups warn of perils in smartwatches for kids

Activist and consumer groups fear that smartwatches for kids, instead of keeping children safe, could make them vulnerable to hackers or criminals


Undocumented Asian youth immigrants eye DACA future

by Kate Sullivan WASHINGTON (CNN) – Agnes Lee, 22, is a Korean-born corporate banker working for a huge US financial firm on Wall

Trump to phase out program protecting young immigrants

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday ordered an end to the Obama-era executive action that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation and called

Indian-American to head White House regulatory affairs office

WASHINGTON (PTI) – Indian-American lawyer Neomi Rao has been confirmed by the US Senate to lead the White House’s Office of