Armenian-American celebrities like Cher, Kim Kardashian and Serj Tankian are taking part in a virtual fundraiser where the focus is on the children.
One woman is going above and beyond to say thank you to President Joe Biden for recognizing the Armenian Genocide.
Turkey’s foreign ministry has summoned the U.S. ambassador in Ankara to protest the U.S. decision to mark the deportation and killing of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire as “genocide.”
Several rallies have been scheduled Saturday in Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Glendale.
For so many Armenian-Americans word of Biden’s recognition brought them great joy… but the message from the White House was long overdue.
President Biden has formally recognized the mass killing of Armenians during World War I as genocide, the first president to ever do so. The recognition, though, is likely to further complicate an already tense relationship with Turkey - and here’s why.
President Joe Biden has become the first United States president to officially recognize the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
There are a handful of genocide survivors still alive to share their stories, but their incredible stories of resilience will continue to be shared by their children and grandchildren.
President Joe Biden is preparing to formally acknowledge the 1915 Armenian Genocide, which would make him the first United States President to do so.
Berj Najarian, known around the NFL circles as Bill Belichick's right-hand man is the man behind the team's support for Armenia.
A group of local doctors who treated the wounded during the recent war in Artsakh says there’s more to be done.
Second graders from AGBU Manoogian-Demirdjian School in Canoga Park are giving back this holiday season and raised $6,000 to help with the humanitarian crisis in Artsakh.
A silent protest was held Saturday afternoon in Santa Monica to bring attention to the war crimes and human rights violations happening against the Armenian people in the region of Artsakh.
Tens of thousands of opposition supporters marched across the Armenian capital Saturday to push for the resignation of the ex-Soviet nation's prime minister over his handling of the conflict with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Hollywood celebrities turned activists, expressing outrage Friday morning about the abuse of prisoners-of-war (POW's).
Mariam Khaloyan who serves as the Congressional Relations Director for the Armenian Assembly has been on a fact-finding mission in Artsakh and Armenia. She is documenting the destruction and the aftermath of what happened during the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Children displaced during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict are getting some much needed help this holiday season from people in California.
For Armenian-Americans, Thanksgiving means tuning in to watch the annual Armenia Fund Telethon. Now, the need is great, especially after the recent war as well as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Armen Menechyan was born and raised in Los Angeles and is now spending his time in Armenia volunteering at shelters and teaching yoga and mindfulness. With a heart of gold, his recent act of kindness went a long way for someone in need.
A UCLA doctor who was born and raised in Glendale recently returned from Armenia. He collected over $100,000 in medical supplies and took medical equipment with him to help care for the wounded and the thousands who have been displaced.