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Kris Robinson grew up in the same controversial religious sect as Gabbard. Now, he’s one of the top-paid vendors on her 2020 presidential campaign.
The Hawaii congresswoman didn’t qualify for the September debates due to her low poll numbers, but she hopes to be back on stage in October.
A motion seeks to overturn a $658,000 judgment in favor of the former city prosecutor, who was recently convicted of trying to frame her uncle.
Gerard and Florence Puana are still on the hook for the verdict in a civil case that happened before the Kealohas were convicted on criminal charges stemming from the same situation.
The Hawaii congresswoman is second and President Donald Trump comes in third, but many of his contributions are too small to be tallied.
The administration announced it was terminating a program that allowed veterans’ family members to stay in the U.S. while waiting for their green cards to be approved.
Sens. Brian Schatz and Mazie Hirono hope that Marco Rubio and Rick Scott can help push legislation to bolster coral restoration and conservation.
The Hawaii senator talks about her recent trip to Texas to inspect U.S. Border Patrol facilities.
The Hawaii congresswoman has yet to qualify for the third round of Democratic debates, which made her performance Wednesday crucial.
Former HPD sergeant Albert Lee was fired after he was charged for driving under the influence and lying to investigators.
Former Honolulu Ethics Commission investigators Chuck Totto and Letha DeCaires speak out about the politics and questionable practices they say clouded one of the most important cases of their careers.
Katherine Kealoha’s attorney wants to delay a bank fraud until next year. That could also set back her drug trafficking trial, too.