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The story has nothing to do with religion. It’s all about what she’s doing with her supporters’ money.
The column offered a perspective that no one else has written about.
Readers should be able to know and trust where your information is coming from. But public officials also have a responsibility to speak up and correct erroneous reporting.
News organizations have no say over how their material is used. In fact, we often don’t even know it is being used.
This kind of deeply personal storytelling, says Civil Beat reporter Brittany Lyte, can be “so intimate it’s like walking into someone’s bedroom.”
A judge’s rejection of a police union challenge clears the way for the release of names and pay levels for hundreds of officers.
Shining a light on racial prejudice makes us all think more carefully about what we say — and can’t help but make our community stronger.
Mental illness is an intensely personal issue that affects many families in Hawaii.
Voters contacted by Civil Beat say the recent barrage of negative ads are mostly annoying — and haven’t changed their minds.
Civil Beat’s Anthony Quintano talks about his experiences shooting the eruptions and lava flows on Kilauea.
Sexual harassment continues to be a problem in professional settings, enabled by a culture of silence in which colleagues look the other way.