In just two years on the job, Hawaii’s top federal law enforcement officer has taken down some fearsome foes.
Now, Martin Kao faces federal charges of bank fraud and money laundering for allegedly bilking the coronavirus relief program of $12.8 million.
Martin Kao is a prolific political donor whose company, Navatek LLC, has received millions of dollars in federal contracts.
The former U.S. president endorsed more than 100 Democrats in races up and down the ballot across the country.
The agency released a new strategic plan that will focus its efforts on stopping illegal fishing that officials say erodes national security and destroys economies.
Recordings of meetings obtained by the FBI show Chinese officials paying Ma and another co-conspirator $50,000.
State and local governments received $150 billion through a federal coronavirus relief program, but a new report shows they have yet to spend much of the money.
While President Donald Trump doesn’t own the property, he does license his name to the California company that does.
The U.S. Justice Department is supporting several Hawaii homeowners who want the trans-Pacific quarantine lifted.