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A former employee says he was called the “Mad Iranian” and subjected to other anti-Muslim taunts.
Four other trusts, derived from the wealth of Native Hawaiian royalty, support a wide range of philanthropies and hold vast business interests.
The 92 drowning deaths in 2016 represented a slight decrease from the previous year, but was slightly above average for the decade.
Responding to a lawsuit and presidential proclamation, the Pacific fishery council is reconsidering what “non-commercial fishing” and “cultural fishing” should mean.
Rep. Chris Collins’ bill would ban state or local governments from regulating rifles or shotguns more strictly than federal laws do.
Authorities say it may be the first felony conviction under a statute designed to protect the endangered marine mammals.
UPDATED A marine sanctuary advisory group wants to block opening Papahanaumokuakea to energy exploration or mining.
A defense attorney is seeking a mental health evaluation for Sgt. Ikaika Kang, whose trial is scheduled for September.
As federal officials sift through public comments on national monuments, supporters of Hawaii commercial fishermen say they merit special consideration.
The governor’s office failed to submit nominees for two at-large seats by the federal deadline, but a U.S. territory stepped up to save one.