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A state senator’s resolutions targeting the Second Amendment are among several firearms measures in the Legislature.
Howard Schultz has done an amazing job branding Starbucks. But few people will buy his “centrist independent” pitch in these polarized times.
It was a tenet of Native Hawaiians and other indigenous people to use resources in moderation and not overaccumulate wealth.
His salary should be suspended for now and ultimately forfeited if he’s convicted in Honolulu’s widespread corruption scandal.
It’s already happening elsewhere around the country, sometimes voluntarily. The Catholic Church in the islands should follow suit.
There’s a move afoot in the Legislature to radically change how we vote in partisan primaries, but it risks further confusing the electorate.
Redeveloping the worn-out Mayor Wright Homes housing project offers a rare chance for the city to create some inspiring architecture.
Ann Kobayashi said she was stunned by how many key employees had left the Humane Society under its current CEO.
While rising sea levels get much of the attention, another significant threat is the impact of severe weather on Hawaii’s mountains, watersheds and ag lands.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and City Council members need to look the public in the eye and answer questions about waste, fraud and corruption.
Slacktivism has taken over for transparency when it comes to important yet troubling public issues.
We’re better off if some environmental battles were resolved with innovation and negotiation rather than in a courtroom.