Wade Michael Page, the gunman who killed six Sikhs at a Wisconsin gurdwara in August, was drug-free when he went on the shooting spree and had a number of white supremacist tattoos on his body declaring support for Adolf Hitler, according to his just-released autopsy report.
South Carolina's Indian American Governor Nikki Haley has again ruled out a vice-presidential run, but what is a making more news is a "bizarre" and "insensitive" question posed to her about Sikh taxi drivers.
Indian-American hockey player Ajai Dhadwal has been invited to the White House for the day long of fun-filled Easter celebrations on Monday, which among others include a yoga session.
A week-long Kashmir festival the first of its kind is being planned in the US next year which its promoters feel would not only promote tourism but also give boost to the States' economy and acquaint Americans with the rich cultural heritage of the Jammu and Kashmir.
A federal grand jury in Seattle indicted a Washington man on charges of hate crime against a 50-year-old Sikh man. Jamie Larson, 49, now faces a maximum of 10 years of imprisonment sentenced.
Four members of a Sikh family, including two minor children, have died in Atlanta in the US state of Georgia under mysterious circumstances with the police terming it as a "murder-suicide".
An Indian-origin woman soldier in the US has complained that she is facing constant anti-Muslim slurs and jokes beacuse her name sounded Islamic.
Urooj Khan's death on July 20 was initially ruled a result of natural causes. A request for a deeper look resulted in the conclusion later that Khan was poisoned as he was about to collect $425,000 in winnings.
The United States is deliberately sparring with Al-Qaeda supporters and militants online aiming to shoot down extremist messages and win over hearts and minds, a US official said.
Welcoming the gun-control steps taken by President Barack Obama, the Sikh community in the US has asked the Congress to support his proposals, saying that too many innocent people have become victims of these senseless killings.
Sikh Americans on Friday joined US President Barack Obama in urging lawmakers to pass laws to curb gun violence in the US. Several eminent members of the Sikh and Hindu communities were invited to the White House to attend an event where Obama reiterated his call to the Congress to urgently pass gun-control laws, so as to curb the recent spike in shooting incidents in the country.
A pregnant Sikh woman in a Northern California city has been arrested on the charge of killing her mother-in-law. Baljit Kaur, 68, was found dead at her residence in Yuba City on October 24. According to preliminary autopsy results, she died of "blunt force trauma" to the head, the police said.
Washington-based Sikh Human Development Foundation (SHDF) has given scholarships totalling about $210,000 to 504 needy students pursuing higher education in 159 institutions in Punjab and other northern Indian states for the 2011-12 academic year.
Observing that US-India relations will be among the world's most important in coming decades, a top American senator has said its vital for Washington to remain committed in strategic partnership with New Delhi.
Ami Bera, the newly elected Indian-American member of the US House of Representatives and two other Democrats, have co-sponsored a resolution for the issue of a postage stamp to mark Diwali.