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Josie Huang reports on Asian American communities for KPCC. She previously covered housing and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
Stories by Josie Huang
House GOP kills last hope for immigration bill. Sheldon Adelson joins forces with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. Judges added to ease backlog in immigration courts.
People on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are in the region this summer, visiting family, searching for identity, even getting married.
The number of unemployed Asian Americans countywide jumped 123 percent from 2007 to 2011, according to census numbers.
The Department said Monday it will only honor ICE requests if there has been a judicial determination of probable cause or a warrant from a judicial officer.
Permisos, a new normal in South Texas, advocates plan next steps
California's public awareness campaign on why pouring leftover paint in the backyard is bad for the environment must be delivered in multiple languages.
The mayor of Murrieta, Calif., says he didn't ignite the anti-immigrant protests, US Customs and Border Protection launches a $1 million media campaign in Central America, and why isn't Texas bluer?
Interest in the World Cup — and TV ratings — have reached record levels among Americans, and fans aren’t dropping out just because the U.S. has.
Dreamers say Republicans are wrongly blaming the crisis of unaccompanied child migrants on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Close to 700 people watched the U.S.-Germany game at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim, where Germany emerged victorious — but both teams are set to move on to the next round.
When FX announced it would air a series about a Middle Eastern family called "Tyrant," some wondered how the network would carry it off. The verdict after last night's premiere? Not good.
The California DMV will take public comment Tuesday in Los Angeles on the documents required to prove identity and state residency for the new licenses.
Kevin Mcarthy's district debates his role in immigration. Smugglers within drug cartels lead minors to the border. Erasing Prop 187 from the books.
Immigrant rights groups are looking for McCarthy to move a bill in the coming weeks. Skeptics say he's powerless against an unyielding GOP base.
U.S. Plans to Step Up Detention and Deportation of Migrants - New York Times The Obama administration its trying to stem the tide of immigrants crossing the border by trying by opening more detention facilities and speeding up deportations.