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New court documents say the wife of the former Honolulu police chief and her lover worked together to hide their relationship from federal investigators.
The high court rules that unions can’t force nonmembers to pay membership dues, saying it violates the First Amendment.
Legislation being pushed by Hawaii’s federal delegation would take the task of warning about incoming missiles away from the state.
UPDATED: The policy has been called a ban on Muslims, but the nation’s high court found that the president has broad authority when it comes to immigration.
A national nonprofit organization is highlighting the Hawaii senator’s opposition to the president’s picks for federal judgeships.
Hawaii’s senator opens up about her own experience immigrating to the U.S from Japan and leaving behind her 3-year-old brother.
Brian Schatz teamed up with fellow senators to fill a gap left by President Trump’s refusal to address climate change.
Recently unsealed court documents point to a questionable link between a suspect in a drug case and the Honolulu prosecutor’s office.
Russian hacking in 2016 prompted Congress to bolster state elections security with new funding.
It’s not all about poke bowls and Spam musubi. The annual Chamber of Commerce event gives some island leaders a firsthand look at national issues.