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Trump's clampdown on Iranian imports is hurting the carpet trade in the city

The United States, some European union nations and most Latin American countries support the opposition leader, Juan Guaidó.

A Jamaican-American woman wants to become a star in the Korean pop music industry. Can she make it as a foreigner?

In less than two months, the life of Rose Knuckles Bull, a Liberian immigrant, will change forever.

As Nigeria begins to vote, Nigerians in New York City discuss the economy, the youth, and corruption

For the 20th year,  celebrations for the Lunar New Year, a tradition brought to the United States by immigrants not only from China, but

A monthly pop-up food bazaar in Elmhurst was dedicated to helping those who lost homes in last year's natural catastrophe

Three years ago, Venezuelan Paola Granadillo decided that she couldn't continue living in the country she was born in. “I had to leave because of

Fifty-one-year-old Pemala Sherpa was 16 when she married a man she didn’t know, in a remote region in the mountainous country of Nepal. She

"I hope the results of this summit will allow me to stop worrying about both of my homes—Korea and America."

New York City celebrated Easter last Sunday – but for Orthodox Christians, the festivity isn’t over just yet.

The manager of the building at 140 Broadway wants to redesign the “Red Cuba” plaza in front—and leave no room for all the vendors

The relief effort at the Sunset Park Disaster-Relief Collection Center in Brooklyn began right after the hurricanes hit.

“People need English proficiency to navigate the city, to navigate civic life."

Hundreds march down Madison Avenue for the 32nd Annual Muslim Day Parade.

Amanda Morales has been living in Holyrood Episcopal Church's library since mid-August.

Pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron is the clear favorite among French expats in New York

Turkish-Americans weigh in on a referendum that consolidates the president’s vast power

Followers of  Sikhism, celebrated Baisakhi, the day Sikhs received their unique identity nearly 300 years ago.