“I think what Mr. Bannon is clearly trying to do is race-bait. He is trying to drive a wedge between races.” -- John C. Yang, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC.
When Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed in a hate crime, his wife's immigration status was thrown into question.
Eviane Cheng Leidig, University of Oslo In his latest border-closing move, US President Donald Trump issued an April 18 executive
Entrepreneurs and heads of IT in large companies can hope for the best but need to prepare for the worst.
The message is loud and clear: South Asians not welcome here. One week ago, President Trump signed an executive order
He's also seeking changes that would boost purchases of American products in federal contracts.
Immigrants are in the spotlight again. After making the pledge to build a wall a centerpiece of his campaign speeches, President
That's ironic because the countries he thinks get it right actually welcome more people.
This drafted executive order could actually mean higher wages for both foreign workers and Americans working in Silicon Valley.
Many international doctors work in underserved communities. There is often no one available to replace them.
Various commentators have begun using the term "the Chicago Way" or "the Illinois Way" to describe the Obama Administrations behavior. With the failed rollout of ObamaCare, we see the costs of rewarding political insiders and their substandard IT companies with plumb projects.