Hansi Lo Wang

Hansi Lo Wang appears in the following:

Some Real Estate Investors Eager To Buy Houston Homes Damaged By Flooding

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

The flooding after Hurricane Harvey damaged at least 100,000 homes in the Houston area. Now many of those frustrated homeowners are eager to sell and real estate agents and investors from around the country are ready to snatch them up.

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News Brief: Trump's Asia Trip, New York City Marathon

Friday, November 03, 2017

President Trump is beginning a trip to Hawaii and Asia. Economic policy and North Korea are expected to top the agenda. Also, New York City is preparing for a marathon after the terror attack.

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New York City Prepares For Massive Marathon In Wake Of Terror Attack

Friday, November 03, 2017

New York City is holding its annual marathon this weekend, which draws tens of thousands of runners and spectators. But there's an extra level of concern after Tuesday's terror attack.

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Prosecutors Allege Attack Was Planned For Months

Thursday, November 02, 2017

With the Manhattan truck attack suspect in custody, more details are emerging about his plan and motives for the killings.

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News Brief: New York Attacker Charged, Trump Calls For Immigration Changes

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Prosecutors say the New York attacker planned his attack far in advance. Also, we look at how President Trump is responding, and look at NPR management's response to sexual harassment complaints.

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What We Know About The New York Attacker

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

We're learning more about the suspect behind an attack Tuesday on a New York City bike path that left at least eight people dead.

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News Brief: New York Terror Attack, GOP Tax Plan, NPR Executive Faces Harassment Allegations

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

At least eight people were killed and several people injured after a driver mowed down people on a New York City bike path. Also, we have an update on the Republican tax overhaul bill.

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The Suspect Behind The Manhattan Attack

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

We have the latest details on the suspect behind an attack that killed at least eight people in New York City on Tuesday.

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Water Spinach Farmers Struggle To Recover After Hurricane Harvey

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Water spinach is a staple among many Asian-American families. Texas is one of the few states where it's grown commercially in the U.S. Farmers there are still struggling to rebuild after Harvey.

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As 2020 Census Approaches, Worries Rise Of A Political Crisis After The Count

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Some Census watchers are worried that underfunding the 2020 Census will lead to a disaster similar to the 1920 Census, after which Congress refused to reapportion seats for the first time in history.

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Texas Trade School Tries To Keep Up With Construction Demand

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

A new construction trade school is opening in Houston just weeks after flooding from Hurricane Harvey ravaged homes around the city. Students are learning skills that are in high demand.

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Prosecutors Charge NCAA Coaches With Bribery And Fraud

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Corruption charges against four college basketball coaches and an Adidas executive have exposed what federal officials call the NCAA's "dark underbelly."

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For Black Activists, Charlottesville Is Part Of A Long History Of Racial Strife

Thursday, August 17, 2017

The recent violence in Virginia has brought more attention to neo-Nazi groups. But black activists say they've been fighting white supremacy all along.

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Protests Against The Push To Disaggregate Asian-American Data

Saturday, August 05, 2017

State agencies are being required to collect more detailed data about one of the most diverse racial groups in the U.S. The move could have long-lasting effects on healthcare, schools, and employment.

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Derrick Johnson Named NAACP's Interim Leader

Monday, July 24, 2017

The NAACP is holding its national convention in Baltimore to chart a new direction for the civil rights organization. Over the weekend, Derrick Johnson was named interim CEO.

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Census Bureau Found No Need For LGBT Data Despite 4 Agencies Requesting It

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

At least four federal agencies asked the Census Bureau to add questions about sexual orientation and gender identity to the American Community Survey, NPR has learned.

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Remembering Maryam Mirzakhani

Sunday, July 16, 2017

The first woman to win math's highest honor, the Fields Medal, has died of breast cancer at age 40. Maryam Mirzakhani specialized in theoretical mathematics.

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Amid 'Devastating' Progress Nationally, Black Lives Matter Engages Local Causes

Monday, July 03, 2017

Activists admit movement around national issues like police reform has been slow, but say they're focused on local issues — from paying subway fare to helping serve dinner to homeless people.

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New Acting Director To Oversee 'High Risk' 2020 Census

Thursday, June 29, 2017

A leadership shuffle at the U.S. Census Bureau is underway as the agency faces funding issues and other challenges in preparing for the 2020 Census.

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Collecting LGBT Census Data Is 'Essential' To Federal Agency, Document Shows

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The census director said "there was no federal data need" to collect sexual orientation and gender identity data. But documents show the Housing Department and other agencies requested it.

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