Presidential candidate Andrew Yang was joined by his wife Evelyn in his third guest appearance on ABC’s “The View” on Wednesday.
At the start of the interview, the 44-year-old entrepreneur was asked to comment on the recent killing of Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani.
Vivan Yee may only be 14-years-old but she’s already thriving at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California as the president of the Associated Students Organization.
Yee was only 12 years old when she began attending the community college located in Los Angeles, the same year her 18-year-old brother began attending his college.
Editor’s Note: Andrew Yang has announced his presidential bid for 2020. The views expressed in this piece are solely his own.
When Benny, the founder and CEO of NextShark, reached out to me and asked me to write a piece for him on why I’m running for President, I was excited for a few reasons.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has been working so hard that he lost 12 of his teeth due to stress, a South Korean official claimed.
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Poland Mira Sun recently told Business Insider how demanding government work in Seoul can be.
Being the first Asian American elected to the United States Senate five years prior, the late, great Senator Hiram L. Fong had an opportunity to bring his statesmanship and vision to the White House in 1965.
But as the fates would have it, Fong ended up serving his constituents as a senator for nearly two decades, from 1959 to 1977, according to the Associated Press.
Google searches for the term “Asian for president” have been on the rise since Democrat Andrew Yang has been on the offensive for the 2020 elections.
Yang, 44, filed to run for the highest office in the land with the Federal Election Commission on Nov. 6, 2017. With this bid, he left his post as chief executive officer of Venture for America, an entrepreneurial non-profit he had founded in 2011.
Come June, Andrew Yang will be talking about the threat of automation on the American workforce in the first Democratic primary debate.
Earlier this week, Yang surpassed the fundraising threshold of 65,000 donors, qualifying him to participate in the debate.
Andrew Yang Fears the ‘increasingly insecure White majority’ May Start ‘shooting up a bunch of Asians’
Andrew Yang reportedly believes that America may be close to seeing some people shoot Asians — and that they could be White people becoming “more hostile” over time.
The Democratic presidential candidate raised his worries in a video from last year, which resurfaced on social media as his policies of universal basic income, Medicare-for-all and human-centered capitalism gain more recognition.
Andrew Yang has just qualified for the first Democratic presidential debate.
In June, Yang will be sharing the stage with Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar, among others, to discuss their platforms and positions on critical issues.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang made such compelling arguments for his platforms that even conservative political pundit Tucker Carlson appeared to be on board for most of them.
During an appearance on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Friday, Yang discussed how American jobs were facing serious threats from automation.
New York entrepreneur Andrew Yang, the founder of Venture For America, is one step closer to making history after the DNC released its criteria for making the Democratic primary debates.
In order to qualify for the debates, candidates will need to:
Sen. Kamala Harris formally launched her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in her hometown of Oakland, California on Sunday.
In her 35-minute speech, Harris announced her intention to work on major government programs such as “Medicare for All,” a universal pre-kindergarten education and the reversal of several Trump administration policies.