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Pizza, prayer and family: Kenneth Bae's first days of freedom following imprisonment in North Korea: After years of imprisonment in North Korea, Kenneth Bae was released and arrived back in the U.S. on Saturday. He had just one stipulation for his first meal back home: No Korean food. They feasted on late-night pizza.

Driver Kills 3-Year-Old In Queens, DMV Voids His Tickets: In New York, the driver who struck and killed 3-year-old Allison Liao last year was not criminally charged, and the now Department of Motor Vehicles has voided both of the traffic tickets he was issued in the fatal accident.

Why "Selfie's" cancellation is a massive shame: This was the most promising interracial couple on TV: "Selfie' cancellation is a blow for the movement of Getting John Cho Laid On-Screen -- the superficial arm of the larger organization titled Hey TV, Not Everyone Is White, In Case You Hadn't Noticed."

All-American Girl at 20: The Evolution of Asian Americans on TV: A look back, twenty years later, at All-American Girl, network television's first Asian American family sitcom.

Why Corporate Executives Talk About 'Opening Their Kimonos': In business speak, to disclose information about the inner workings of a company is to "open the kimono." Whaaaat? NPR's Code Switch investigates the origins of the phrase.

Seattle woman in famous wartime photo dies: Seventy years ago, a news photographer took a photo of Fumiko Hayashida, one of 227 Japanese Americans forced to leave Bainbridge Island during World War II. The photo became an iconic wartime image. Hayashida died last week in Seattle. She was 103.

Dunkin' and the Doughnut King: Ted Ngoy overcame poverty and escaped genocide, made a fortune off doughnuts and gambled it all away. Today, Ngoy is back on top -- but America's biggest doughnut chain could threaten the hundreds of California shops that are his legacy.

A Brief History of Political Collaborations between Latinos and Asians in America: Hyphen offers a timeline of key examples of Latino and Asian political collaborations in U.S. history.

Mars (and Moon and Mercury and Jupiter and Venus) Attacks!: Sarah Kuhn, self-professed geek girl and author of the forthcoming Heroine Complex trilogy, talks about her first experience cosplaying.

New England Revolution's Lee Nguyen ready to seize moment after earning much-awaited USMNT recall: New England Revolutions midfielder Lee Nguyen has been called up to the U.S. Men's National Team for the upcoming international break.

What if there's another you out there? The incredible story of Anaïs Bordier and Samantha Futerman, the twin Korean adoptees who found each other, by happenstance, on YouTube.

Kal Penn's New Film Dives into Bhopal Disaster, 30 Years Later: Almost exactly three decades after the worst industrial disaster in history, the new film Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain explores the events that led up to the accident that killed thousands of people in Bhopal, India in 1984.

Aasif Mandvi On Life As A 'No Land's Man' And Impressing Jon Stewart: In No Land's Man, a new collection of personal essays, Aasif Mandvi writes about his acting career, his time on The Daily Show and his life as an immigrant.

Ryan Potter - Big Hero 6's "Hiro" : Disney's latest animated film is Big Hero 6, an homage to Japanese anime. CAAM interviews Ryan Potter, the voice of the film's main character Hiro Hamada.

"Big Hero 6's" Jamie Chung Gets Her First Superhero Role, But Still Wants Psylocke: An interview with actress Jamie Chung, who supplies the voice of GoGo Tomago in Big Hero 6.

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