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Acclaimed chef, online grocer create ultimate kit for Japanese home cooking to Stop AAPI Hate

(NEW YORK) -- In honor of AAPI Heritage Month the top online retailer for Asian goods partnered with an acclaimed Japanese restaurant owner and chef to bring ingredients and recipes for authentic dishes right to peoples' doors. Chef Ivan Orkin fell in love with Japanese cuisine working as a dishwasher…... Read More

Disneyland Paris set to reopen June 17

(NEW YORK) -- Disneyland Paris will be allowed to reopen on June 17. The announcement was made on the park's website and social media early Monday morning. "We are pleased to announce that Disneyland Paris will reopen on June 17 with Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay…... Read More

Photo of mom working in bathtub leads to reflection on child care crisis

(NEW YORK) -- An image of a Maryland woman working from her bathtub has led to a reflection on the child care crisis caregivers have faced since the onset of COVID-19, and what leaders are doing to change it. At the height of the pandemic, Heidi Metcalf Lewis, a mother…... Read More

Fifteen AAPI-owned style brands to support

(NEW YORK) -- It's Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and one way to give back during this celebratory time is by supporting businesses owned by cultures that make up the Asian community. Following many anti-Asian attacks that have taken place this year, now is an optimal opportunity to…... Read More

Federal income tax filings and payments for individuals due Monday

(NEW YORK) — Federal income tax filings and payments for individuals are due Monday. The Treasury Department and the IRS extended the deadline in March. "This continues to be a tough time for many people, and the IRS wants to continue to do everything possible to help taxpayers navigate the…... Read More

What are NFTs? Everything you need to know about non-fungible tokens

(NEW YORK) — From digital art and published columns, to sports highlights, viral photos and even memes, NFTs can take the form of virtually any type of online content and these irreplicable tokens have skyrocketed in popularity. Simply put, a non-fungible token is a one-of-a-kind asset that lives online and…... Read More

Summer tourist towns hope for recovery as crowds return after COVID

(BOSTON) — On Cape Cod, the only thing as sure as the seafood and lighthouses is the region's dependence on summer tourism. But when the coronavirus pandemic hit last spring, maybe no industry was more impacted than seaside getaways. There were no vacationers doling out for rentals, there were no…... Read More

Surprise! CDC reversal on masks leaves states, businesses scrambling

(WASHINGTON) -- If you’re going to Starbucks or Target, bring your mask. But if you swing by Trader Joe’s, you can leave it in the car, assuming you are fully vaccinated of course. That said, if you’re taking public transportation to get there, you’ll need to mask up for the…... Read More

Google defends work visas for 90,000 immigrants, majority of whom are women, in court filing

(NEW YORK) -- Google has taken a public stand in support of immigration rights via a court filing Friday that seeks to protect the ability to work in the U.S. for some 90,000 immigrants, the vast majority of whom are women. Google led a coalition of tech companies in filing…... Read More

Bitcoin plunges as Elon Musk puts environmental impact under scrutiny

(NEW YORK) -- The price of Bitcoin nosedived after Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced his company would no longer be accepting the cryptocurrency as payment due to its ties to fossil fuels in a tweet that sparked a heated debate on the digital currency's environmental impact. "Tesla has suspended vehicle…... Read More

Hackers demanded 'millions' in ransom from Colonial Pipeline, sources say

(NEW YORK) -- The cyberattackers that compromised Colonial Pipeline's systems demanded "millions" of dollars in ransom, sources briefed on the investigation told ABC News, and the company declined to comment Thursday on whether a ransom had been paid as its fuel delivery operations restarted. Colonial Pipeline said Thursday that it…... Read More