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Mazie Hirono Basks In Her Newfound Celebrity

The Hawaii senator is getting a lot of attention over her lead role in opposing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Why Hundreds Of Mililani Residents Must Pay Thousands Of Dollars To Save A Few Homes

About eight homes in the Launani Valley community are threatened, but owners of more than 800 homes will have to cough up $3.2 million to save them.

Neal Milner: Let’s Face It, We Are Way Past The Middle Of The Road

The truth is, most Americans are fine with the idea of finding common ground — as long as it involves the other side coming to its senses.

The Next Emergency Text You Get May Be From The President

The first ever “Presidential Alert” for emergencies will be tested on cell phones nationwide Oct. 3.

Community Voices

Want Term Limits? A Con Con Is Your Only Hope Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Want Term Limits? A Con Con Is Your Only Hope

The Hawaii Legislature will never place such an amendment on the ballot because it’s not in its self-interest to do so.

A National Standard To Protect Oceans And Jobs Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A National Standard To Protect Oceans And Jobs

The Vessel Incidental Discharge Act targets the discharge of ballast water from boats.

Imagine The Absurd

Imagine The Absurd

Be careful what you wish for when it comes to “fake carbon neutrality.”

New Service Helps Public Access Public Records

New Service Helps Public Access Public Records

And it’s free. Because democracy only works if the government operates with reasonable transparency.