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UPDATED: It’s the first such fine against an operator of spinner dolphin tours, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.
The suit says ending protections for young immigrants would “punish and disparage people with Mexican roots.”
UPDATED: Here’s a look at all five of the crew members who died when the Black Hawk went down off Oahu on Aug. 15.
Travelers spent $1.6 billion last month, and the number of visitors climbed almost 7 percent to more than 890,000.
The missile fired from Kauai on Tuesday night was intercepted by another fired from the destroyer USS John Paul Jones.
An appeals court panel rules a woman can pursue her claim stemming from what her lawsuit called “public sexual shaming.
But Secretary Ryan Zinke will recommend shrinking the boundaries of a “handful” of monuments and possibly allow drilling or mining in some.
The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources commenced the first of three poison drops on Wednesday.
A multi-agency searched an area of about 68,000 nautical miles, but found no signs of the missing crew.
The Coast Guard is now searching up to 50 miles off Hawaii.
Some want statehood for the U.S territory, some want independence and others seek to shrink the American military presence.