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UPDATED: They lost their engine in bad weather in late May but believed they could still reach Tahiti using their sails.
The latest version targets about 150 million potential travelers from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.
The wreck of the fishing vessel, carrying workers from Southeast Asia, raises concerns about the treatment of foreign crews.
The Trump administration blasted the decision by U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson, calling it “dangerously flawed.”
No distress was received from the crew, but the Coast Guard responded after the incident was reported by witnesses on land.
Many toil in slave-like conditions in China, but the jobs are still highly sought in a country that rarely allows its citizens to leave.
Plaintiffs, including a federal employees group and Hawaii residents, want the court to order the agency to prepare plans governing tours.
After dog bites, fires and vandalism, the Hawaii Community Development Authority cites safety concerns.
He pleaded guilty to interfering with a flight crew, but said he thought he saw a butterfly that “went crazy.”
A Kauai physician says the federal restrictions prevent women on his island from being able to end pregnancies there.
A former student claimed she was sexually assaulted and harassed by her campus job supervisor.
Top commander in region says no changes have occurred since North Korea’s assertion it could shoot down U.S. bombers.