Several prominent Republicans are sounding the alarm over a Biden administration initiative to partner with private companies to develop a so-called vaccine passport, which would offer proof that a person had been inoculated against COVID-19.
The Monsanto consultant’s memo quotes a White House adviser: “We have Monsanto’s back on pesticides regulation.”
77 years ago today on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, a Sunday, Japanese bombers flew across Oahu, Hawaii, and began their assault.
The storm named Lane was barreling toward the Hawaiian Islands as a powerful Category 5 hurricane in the middle of the week. But then it slowed down, moving as slow as 2 mph at times. As it lingered, the storm's outer bands were already over the Big Island, allowing Lane to drop 51.53 inches of rain as of early Sunday morning.
A new book by a former senior adviser to Barack Obama gives an account of the behind-the-scenes the drama surrounding the release of the president’s birth certificate — and the response to the so-called birther movement championed by Donald Trump.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un should enter negotiations before another mistake leads to accidental nuclear war.
Trump's tour of Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines from Friday to Nov. 15 will take him out of Washington, where he has been beset by several issues.
Honolulu fire officials on Saturday were hoping to determine the cause of a blaze that tore through three upper floors of a 36-story residential tower in Hawaii's capital.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe laid wreaths at various cemeteries and memorials Monday ahead of a visit to the site of the 1941 bombing that plunged the United States into World War II. Abe landed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and then headed to National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, where he laid a wreath. At the Ehime Maru Memorial, he again laid a wreath and bowed his head.
For the first time in three years, lava from a volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island has crept down miles of mountainside and is dripping into the Pacific Ocean ? Thousands of people from around the world have swarmed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park by land, sea and air to view the lava. The billowy, bright-orange lava crackles and hisses, and reeks of sulfur and scorched earth, as it oozes across the rugged landscape and eventually off steep, seaside cliffs.
A voluble group of die-hard Sanders backers is vowing never to support Hillary Clinton — even if the consequence is handing the presidency to Donald Trump.
The Hawaiian estate called Waterfalling, inspired improbably by both Frank Lloyd Wright and “Magnum P.I.,” might be known as much for its heart-stopping price history as for its high-drama cliff-top landscape.
You’re gonna like the way you look here. We guarantee it. Who wouldn’t look good in a 10,000-square-foot mansion right on the Hawaiian coast? Former Men’s Wearhouse CEO George Zimmer—popularly known for promising in TV spots “You’re gonna like the way you look; I guarantee it”—has listed the property at $35 million, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Being hospitalized with dengue fever is probably not what she wanted to do with her vacation. Wesenberg recently contracted the disease during a vacation in Hawaii. At least 15 people have been infected as of Thursday, the Hawaii Department of Health said in a news release. Wesenberg’s boyfriend and YouTube co-star Charles Trippy documented her six-day hospital stay in a series of videos posted on his channel, Internet Killed Television.
“Like tobacco, Facebook is a dangerous product one uses at one’s own risk.”
“A key reason why this latest scandal feels more significant is that politicians on both sides of the aisle feel deceived.”
“These are clearly problems of scale, which Facebook has had many years to deal with and has been fundamentally unable to.”
“We need to recognize the danger we’re in. We need to shake the notion that Facebook is a normal company.”
“Facebook is in trouble … It’s a cloud of existential dread that hangs over an organization whose best days are behind it.”