Is Adnan Syed Innocent or Guilty?
No matter the truth, there is little justice in the case that enraptured the world.
The Indian Olympian Turned Accused Killer
Sushil Kumar medaled in 2008 and 2012, putting Indian wrestling back on the world stage. His fall exposed the dark side of the sport, where champions become criminals.
The Unsolved Mystery of Heart Disease in South Asians
High rates of heart issues have plagued South Asians — and confounded researchers — for years. A new bill hopes to change that.
Sania Khan’s Murder Spotlights Domestic Violence in South Asian Homes
The death of the Pakistani American at the hands of her abusive ex-husband has sparked dialogue about the stigmas of divorce and domestic violence in the community.
Is Rishi Sunak the Next U.K. Prime Minister?
How the former chancellor, and other South Asian candidates, came to dominate the nearly all-white Conservative Party.
The Truth About Sex-Selective Abortion and South Asian Americans
How a 2008 paper sparked a pervasive myth about Indian and Chinese Americans.
Why South Asian Americans Overwhelmingly Support Abortion
Despite not openly talking about it, many South Asians are pro-choice. We dig into why and their reactions to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
What Mohammed Zubair’s Arrest Means for Press Freedom
The arrest of the co-founder of an Indian fact-checking website is the latest incident in declining press freedom in the subcontinent.
Sidhu Moose Wala brought a global diaspora together
The internationally renowned rapper was the voice of a generation for Sikh and Punjabi fans, despite controversy surrounding his music and videos.