The author of a new book became a volunteer officer in Washington, D.C. and was struck by how big picture thinking is discouraged and race downplayed.
The office is too important to good government to go down in a morass of name-calling and self-important rectitude.
The UH football team for now will play on a quaint venue at the Manoa campus, but it’s nowhere near what’s needed for survival in NCAA Division 1.
Nearly 30,000 people in Hawaii suffer from Alzheimer’s. A new treatment for the disease is causing significant protest in the scientific community.
Do like Bob Dylan and I did when you turn 80, and enjoy the birthday without pontificating.
A new book shows that when COVID-19 hit, no one agency had the know-how and authority to coordinate a response.
So many people are distancing themselves from mainline religion that churches have lost their power to sway the public.
The process the commission used in its recent evaluation of Chief Susan Ballard is something to be admired.
Readers’ views of Hawaii’s future go beyond optimism and pessimism to something deeper.