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City Stuck With Abandoned Cars Registered To Service Members Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

City Stuck With Abandoned Cars Registered To Service Members

Honolulu has been storing them in golf course parking lots because federal law prohibits them from being auctioned off.
Medical Pot And Veterans: Groups Offer Free Evaluations Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Medical Pot And Veterans: Groups Offer Free Evaluations

The cost of getting evaluated usually far exceeds the price of the actual registration process for cannabis users.

Chad Blair: Micronesia Won’t Soon Break Its Addiction To US Dollars Flickr: LuxTonnerre

Chad Blair: Micronesia Won’t Soon Break Its Addiction To US Dollars

The economic prospects of most COFA nations are limited. But their military importance to the U.S. is growing.

Pearl Harbor Survivors Remember Those Killed 76 Years Ago AP

Pearl Harbor Survivors Remember Those Killed 76 Years Ago

“It reminds me that we’re lucky we got off and we’ve made a good country for them.”

Military Identifies 100 Killed On Battleship Oklahoma In Pearl Harbor Attack AP

Military Identifies 100 Killed On Battleship Oklahoma In Pearl Harbor Attack

The government expects to identify about 80 percent of the ship’s missing crew members by 2020.

Defense Buildup Includes Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars For Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Defense Buildup Includes Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars For Hawaii

The North Korea threat and concerns about military readiness prompt Congress to propose spending more than President Trump sought.

Military Wants To Keep Firing Away In Waters Off Hawaii And California Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Military Wants To Keep Firing Away In Waters Off Hawaii And California

UPDATED: The U.S. Navy scaled back its training in 2015 to protect marine mammals after it was challenged in court by Earthjustice.

US General: We’ll Fly Where International Rules Allow AP

US General: We’ll Fly Where International Rules Allow

Top commander in region says no changes have occurred since North Korea’s assertion it could shoot down U.S. bombers.

Kin Of Fallen Japanese Soldiers Pay Respects At Pearl Harbor AP

Kin Of Fallen Japanese Soldiers Pay Respects At Pearl Harbor

“We used to be the enemy, but now are the closest of friends,” says one of about three dozen visitors.

Military in Hawaii