Did you know that the first truly American cookbook included a recipe for chicken curry? Culinary historian and scholar Colleen Taylor Sen traces the journey of Indian food in early America.
Curl up with these cozy new reads by Indian American authors that deal with everything from politics, migration, feminism and sex.
Move over Priyanka Chopra, there’s a new Indian American on the country’s most coveted billboard.
The Indian American dancer was recently selected for the Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange (CHIME) program.
The congressman will donate his pay from the shutdown week to charity.
Jayapal, Gabbard take oath of office on Bhagavad Gita; Omar, Tlaib sworn in on Quran.
Shringla, who succeeds Navtej Sarna, will arrive on January 9, the American Bazaar has learned.
Indian immigrants with advanced degrees could wait up to 151 years for permanent residency.
The president extols Indian Americans, announces intent to nominate Neomi Rao to DC Circuit Court of Appeals.
Despite losses in six US House races, more than a dozen Indian Americans win on Tuesday; Josh Kaul becomes the first Indian American Attorney General of Wisconsin.
President Trump on Haley: “She got to know the players. She got to know China, Russia, India.”
The Senate confirms Kavanaugh as the ninth justice of the Supreme Court on Saturday.
Sen. Kamala Harris, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Seema Nanda, Neera Tanden, Vanita Gupta, Nisha Biswal speak at “Women Who Impact.”
Former Obama White House official Gautam Raghavan speaks about West Wingers, a new book on the Obama presidency that he edited.
Review: In “Immigrant, Montana,” Amitava Kumar describes cast of characters well, and their feelings and deep emotions are handled brilliantly.
The Indian American is among nine astronauts assigned for Boeing and SpaceX missions.
The environmental activist currently heads River Alliance of Wisconsin.
New Jersey 101.5’s Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco repeatedly called Grewal, the nation’s first Sikh attorney general, “Turban Man.”
In addition to the four incumbents that are seeking reelection, at least 15 other Indian Americans are running for the US House of Representatives.
The California Republican, a member of Congress since 1993, has been an unwavering friend of India throughout his congressional tenure.
“Fire and Fury”: The president “was seen to be grooming her for a national political future.”