Guinness has certified that the largest charity walk in history took place when 175,509 congregants of Iglesia ni Cristo marched in Manila on Saturday to support survivors of the typhoon in the Philippines.
Now that Asian American philanthropists have “made it,” what are they choosing to donate to?
A Utah court cleared the way for same-sex marriage less than a month ago, resulting in a “thrilling pandemonium” of holiday unions, or at least licenses. But now the U.S. Supreme Court has stepped in.
Has the Salvation Army made enough of an effort to respect and include the LGBT community? Is it okay to drop those coins in the kettles? A group called “No Red Kettles” thinks not.
Forgotten Filipino-American labor leader Larry Itliong becomes memorialized through a housing development project.
While their party’s leadership fears the loss of the Latino vote, Republican representatives are taking a wait-and-see approach to immigration reform. One of the key issues is the route by which undocumented immigrants might gain American citizenship.