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Trump’s Supreme Court nominee once called the Office of Hawaiian Affairs a “naked racial spoils system.”
A Senate bill would promote the hiring of more federal botanists and encourage the use of native plants in federal projects.
A national nonprofit organization is highlighting the Hawaii senator’s opposition to the president’s picks for federal judgeships.
Hawaii’s senator opens up about her own experience immigrating to the U.S from Japan and leaving behind her 3-year-old brother.
The U.S. Senate passed a Democratic-backed resolution Wednesday to keep Obama-era internet access rules in place.
Hawaii’s senators and representatives called for peace in Syria, congressional approval of future military action and the renewed acceptance of refugees into the U.S.
Sen. Mazie Hirono wanted assurances that Facebook wouldn’t help ICE target immigrants using data from the social media platform.
As her re-election bid begins, the Hawaii senator says immunotherapy will not prevent her “from doing my job” and speaking out against the president.
Hawaii’s senators split their votes as Kevin McAleenan was confirmed as U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner.
The Hawaii senator discusses her stage 4 diagnosis and decision to remain in politics at an annual cancer event.
President Trump proposed massive cutbacks, but the opposite is likely to happen after a bipartisan deal lifted spending caps.