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Nepalese Students In New Mexico To Organize 12th International Conference…

By N24 Correspondent, LOS ANGELES:- The Nepalese Students Association (NeSA) in New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM is

Georgia’s voting rights rollback faces new lawsuit

Less than a week after the state of Georgia enacted new voting rules, a third federal lawsuit is seeking to

Scams the fifth horseman, ride the internet and phones

For a family in Billings, Montana, a personal apocalypse rode into their lives over the telephone. The voice was indistinct,

Common cause focuses on 2021 redistricting-voting districts set this year…

Armed with nearly-completed 2020 Census data, states soon will begin adjusting how their communities are represented in U.S. politics. Population

Archdiocese steps up- vaccines are coming. until then be careful,…

County officials working to keep Angelenos safe from COVID-19 have a partner in the Los Angeles Archdiocese, the nation’s largest.

Covid case rates drop and Schools reopen – LA County…

On the eve of re-opening school for all 2 million of its students, the Los Angeles County Office of Education

Covid-19 fuels the threat of global famine

Conflicts, climate change and now COVID-19 are the three C’s driving 270 million people to famine in the most impoverished

California’s $6.6 billion school re-opening plan prioritizes low-income, special needs…

Members of the California state Legislature and Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a $6.6 billion school re-opening plan, which aims to

Voting rights at stake as Suprme Court considers Arizona Case

Sometimes it’s 50 miles — one way — for Native Americans living on reservations or in remote areas of Arizona

ETHNIC COMMUNITIES UNITE TO COMBAT ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE

A family celebrating a birthday at a restaurant is yelled at with racist remarks by a tech executive: “F–k you

AMID COVID, LA COUNTY HUSTLES TO HELP THE HUNGRY

Los Angeles County officials’ cautious optimism about the battle against COVID-19 is tempered with a warning: People must stay vigilant

L.A. COUNTY GAINING GROUND ON COVID – VACCINE IS NOW…

Los Angeles County has dramatically reduced the awful surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths that struck late last year,

VACCINE DISTRIBUTION LAGS BEHIND FOR COMMUNITIES OF COLOR – RACIAL…

Some 55% of COVID-19 fatalities in California are Latino while African-Americans in New York have the highest rates of hospitalization

HIGH HOPES FOR BIDEN IMMIGRATION REFORMS – ADVOCATES PUSH TO…

After four years of brutish immigration restrictions, advocates are breathing a sigh of relief and seeing a clear opening to

Nepali Student Ajay Sah Goes Missing In New York For…

By Manoj Rijal, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA:- A Nepali student enrolled in Drew University, Madison, New Jersey has gone missing in

CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR LIFTS STATEWIDE STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS AND EXTENDS EVICTION MORATORIUM

California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the state’s Stay-At-Home orders, effective immediately Jan 25, based on projections of intensive care unit

75 PERCENT OF COVID VACCINE IN U.S. SITTING IN FREEZERS,…

The U.S. has obtained more than 31 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, but has administered only

HOW SAFE IS THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN AMERICA?

Despite historic voter turnouts on November 3 and January 5 in Georgia, voting rights advocates warn that last week’s assault

WHILE VOTING BARRIERS PERSIST, ACTIVISTS URGES TO INCLUDE THE RIGHT…

The angry mob of white supremacists supporters of Donald Trump who took the Capitol as an affront to the victory

NEW WHITE HOUSE COULD PERMANENTLY REMOVE PUBLIC CHARGE RULE, EASING…

The incoming Biden-Harris administration has an opportunity to immediately revoke implementation of the public charge rule, easing anxiety for millions