Hansi Lo Wang

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Aetna To Buy Insurance Rival Humana For $37 Billion

Friday, July 03, 2015

The health insurance company Aetna announced Friday it will buy rival Humana for $37 billion. The merger comes as other health insurers consider consolidating to cut costs.


In Charleston, S.C., Racial Lines Redraw A Neighborhood

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Charleston has seen dramatic shifts in its population over the past few decades. Since 1990, the black population has dropped from 42 percent to 23 percent.


S.C. Retailers Caught In The Middle Of Renewed Debate Over Confederate Flag

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Some retailers have pulled Confederate-themed items from their shelves after the South Carolina shooting suspect appeared in photos with the flag. The debate over what the flag symbolizes continues.


Alleged Shooter Visited Slave Plantations Before Church Shooting

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Dylann Roof is said to have visited slave plantations and a Confederate museum in the weeks before he allegedly went into a black church in Charleston, S.C., and killed nine people.


Deadly Shooting At S.C. Black Church Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Monday, June 22, 2015

A 21-year-old white man, Dylann Roof, has been charged with nine murders and is being held in jail. We have a timeline of what is known so far in the investigation.


New Jersey's Top Court Rules In Favor Of Gov. Christie On Pensions

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

New Jersey's highest court ruled Tuesday that Gov. Chris Christie does not have to pay more money into the state's pension funds.


Ex-Employees Accuse CVS Of Racial Discrimination Against Customers

Thursday, June 04, 2015

The pharmacy chain CVS is facing a class-action lawsuit by four former employees who accuse their supervisors of ordering them to racially profile black and Latino customers.


Clean Your Grill, And Other Hot Holiday Tips From Alton Brown

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Whether you're barbecuing OR grilling, a meat-eater or a vegetarian, here's how to keep your flavor from going up in smoke this Memorial Day weekend.


Boy Scouts' President Says Ban On Gay Leaders Not Sustainable

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Boy Scouts of America President Robert Gates said on Thursday the group's ban on openly gay adult leaders cannot be sustained — a move that could open the door to ending the policy.


For New Immigrants To The U.S., Ellis Island Still Means A Lot

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Twelve million immigrants passed through Ellis Island before it closed as an inspection station in 1954. The museum is expanding to tell the history of immigration to the U.S. in more recent decades.


N.Y. Police Shooting Case Divides City's Asian-Americans

Thursday, May 14, 2015

NYPD officer Peter Liang has been indicted for the death of Akai Gurley. Some in the Asian-American community support holding Liang accountable; others say he is being scapegoated because of his race.


New York Announces Crackdown On Nail Salons

Monday, May 11, 2015

New York plans to send dozens of inspectors to nail salons across the state to crack down on poor working conditions. The New York Times found the industry was violating labor laws.


A New Baltimore Model? 'Officer On The Beat ... Pastor On The Corner'

Friday, May 08, 2015

Baltimore officials want to fix damaged relations between police and residents. Church pastors there have long stepped up to help fill the gap of mistrust, and they hope to play a role in erasing it.


Unrest In West Baltimore Puts Elderly And Sick At Additional Risk

Thursday, May 07, 2015

It's been more than a week since rioting over Freddie Gray's death closed many businesses. Several pharmacies are still not open — leaving the sick and elderly with chronic conditions vulnerable.


Gunshot Reminds Residents That Tension Still Hangs Over Baltimore

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

During an arrest in Baltimore on Monday, a suspect's gun accidentally discharged. No one was injured. Police quickly held a news conference to clear up the misinformation that someone had been shot.


Award-Winning Poets Write For Passersby In New York

Thursday, April 23, 2015

In New York City, award-winning poets are sitting in booths Thursday, ready to write poems on demand for passersby. Organizers of the event say they want to bring poetry to everyone in the city.


Art From Japanese-American Internment Camps Saved From Auction Block

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Artworks by Japanese-Americans wrongfully imprisoned in World War II internment camps won't be sold to the highest bidder. The move came after protests from descendants of the internees.


Brooklyn Brewery Dares Diners To Eat Like Dutch Settlers

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Pass the salt pork! A brewery in New York took diners back in time with local dishes from the 1650s. That means a lot of venison, sumac, fried dough and — don't worry — beer.


Deaths Of Unarmed Black Men Revive 'Anti-Lynching Plays'

Friday, April 17, 2015

The recent killings of unarmed black men by police have inspired a Brooklyn theater company to stage new readings of dramas written in the early 1900s about the lynching of African-Americans.


Painting The 'Epic Drama' Of The Great Migration: The Work Of Jacob Lawrence

Friday, April 10, 2015

A rare exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art features 60 of Lawrence's paintings about the journey of 6 million African-Americans, who fled the segregated South during the Great Migration.