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The plans includes continuing bombing practice on the uninhabited island of Farallon de Medinilla.
For decades, Hawaii lawmakers have protected officers with misconduct records from public scrutiny that’s normal in many other states.
With more #BlackLivesMatter protests planned for this week, those in the local black community say Hawaii isn’t exempt from racism.
Many immigrants from the Philippines have to decide between saving money to survive unemployment or sending it to relatives.
Lack of data about how many Native Hawaiians have coronavirus is indicative of a broader problem, advocates say.
But Native Hawaiian-owned businesses are less dependent on tourism than non-Native Hawaiian owned businesses, the survey found.
The economic aspects of the Compacts of Free Association are expiring and the U.S. wants to renegotiate the terms this year.
The lawsuit claims the hospital knew its chief medical officer and another staffer were requesting private physical therapy services from a female employee.