Grand juries in Fulton and Cherokee counties indicted Atlanta spa shootings suspect Robert Aaron Long on murder charges and he faces the death penalty in at least one county.
Many young activists say their parents and other elders are saddened by recent violence against Asian Americans, but question the value of protests or worry about their consequences.
One of the victims of the shooting who escaped with their life spoke to FOX 5 Atlanta about surviving being shot in the head inside one of the spas.
The U.S. Justice Department is now forced to take a hard look at existing gun control laws and consider several changes proposed by the Biden-Harris administration.
Donations and contribution pledges to Asian American and Pacific Islander groups have spiked since the March 16 shooting in Atlanta that killed eight people, including six women of Asian descent, and brought renewed attention to violence against Asian Americans.
Georgia state senators voted 34-18 on Monday for a bill that loosens the state’s gun laws less than two weeks after police say a man bought a gun and killed eight people at three different massage businesses.
From Boston to Colorado Springs, Colorado and Winnipeg, Canada, runners pounded the pavement in more than 500 cities to stand in solidarity with the hurting AAPI community.
Members of Congress laid flowers Sunday at the three massage businesses in Georgia where a gunman killed eight people.
In a statement, the Department of Justice and FBI said agencies are independently assessing whether three recent shootings at Atlanta-area businesses involved a federal hate crime.
Yong Ae Yue, one of the eight victims in the deadly Atlanta-area spa shootings, will be laid to rest in Peachtree Corners Friday morning.
The Crisp County sheriff said it took a collaborative effort to capture and arrest the Atlanta-area spa shootings suspect Robert Long.
Masked Singer panelist Ken Jeong recently donated $50,000 to the families of the victims of the recent spa shootings in Atlanta.
The calls for justice grow louder and more passionate by the day as many outraged by the murder of eight people at Asian-owned spas insist Robert Aaron Long's shooting spree was a hate crime.
A group of state lawmakers in Georgia are introducing legislation intended to breakdown language and cultural barriers between law enforcement agencies and the Asian American Pacific Islander community, as well as sponsor bills that would introduce a five-day waiting period for firearm purchases.
The deadly spa shootings in Atlanta and Acworth have brought up the question of why the crimes are not being called hate crimes.
Less than a week after the deaths of eight people at a series of spa shootings in metro Atlanta, a state lawmaker filed a bill to institute a waiting period for firearms purchases in Georgia.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said it will not be making any additional comments in the deadly spa shootings.
A man who survived the shooting that killed his wife at an Atlanta-area massage business last week said police detained him in handcuffs for four hours after the attack.
Thousands of people across the world have donated to the families of multiple victims of the deadly Atlanta-area spa shootings.
Not long before the deadly Atlanta-area shootings spread fear and anger through Asian American communities nationwide, police say the attacker made a legal purchase: a 9 mm handgun.