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Title IX And The Future of Democracy: A Conversation With Wendy Mink Submitted: Gwendolyn Mink/1993

Title IX And The Future of Democracy: A Conversation With Wendy Mink

Wendy Mink talks about the many struggles her mother faced while navigating a political world dominated by men.

Russian Superyacht Amadea Arrives In Honolulu From Fiji AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy/2022

Russian Superyacht Amadea Arrives In Honolulu From Fiji

The ship became a target of Task Force KleptoCapture, launched in March to seize the assets of Russian oligarchs.

Biden Withdraws Ex-KPD Chief’s Nomination After Retaliation Accusations Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

Biden Withdraws Ex-KPD Chief’s Nomination After Retaliation Accusations

The president nominated Michael Contrades for U.S. Marshal despite his involvement in a federal lawsuit that ended in a nearly $2 million settlement.

Hawaii GOP Wants Republican Senators To Block Biden’s Nominee For US Marshal Hawaii News Now

Hawaii GOP Wants Republican Senators To Block Biden’s Nominee For US Marshal

Michael Contrades was named as a defendant in a federal retaliation lawsuit that settled in 2020 for nearly $2 million.

California Couple Indicted For PPP Loan Fraud In Hawaii Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat/2017

California Couple Indicted For PPP Loan Fraud In Hawaii

According to the U.S. Justice Department, Christopher and Erin Mazzei defrauded the government of more than $1.3 million in Covid-19 relief aid to purchase two SUVs and a condo in Kapolei.

Retaliation Accusations Could Sink Biden’s Nominee For US Marshal In Hawaii Hawaii News Now

Retaliation Accusations Could Sink Biden’s Nominee For US Marshal In Hawaii

Michael Contrades was a defendant in a federal lawsuit that settled for $1.8 million and included a provision that he stay away from the Kauai Police Department until his alleged victim no longer worked there.

Report Cites Mistreatment Of Students At Native Hawaiian Boarding Schools Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

Report Cites Mistreatment Of Students At Native Hawaiian Boarding Schools

Hawaiians fared somewhat better than students at Indian boarding schools on the mainland, a new federal investigation shows.

Raking It In: Hawaii’s Federal Delegation Brought More Than $265 Million To The State Nick Grube/Civil Beat/2020

Raking It In: Hawaii’s Federal Delegation Brought More Than $265 Million To The State

Fiscal year 2022 was the first budget cycle in more than a decade in which lawmakers were able to secure funding for pet projects in their states and districts.

Hawaii Defense Contractors Indicted For Illegal Campaign Contributions U.S. Sen. Susan Collins/2019

Hawaii Defense Contractors Indicted For Illegal Campaign Contributions

Conspiracy charges are related to a complex scheme to funnel money to members of Congress.

Hawaii Restaurants Got $414 Million In Pandemic Aid. Where Did It Go? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii Restaurants Got $414 Million In Pandemic Aid. Where Did It Go?

The $26 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund ran out of money almost immediately after it began accepting applications.