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The 38 Native Hawaiian elders prosecuted for obstruction were in their 60s through 80s and many of them are community leaders. Read more
A man who was barricaded inside his apartment at Century Center surrendered after hours of stand off with police. Read more
Two men went on trial in Paris today accused of killing an 85-year-old French Holocaust survivor, who was stabbed to death in her Paris apartment in what prosecutors call an antisemitic attack. Read more
Support for the five women nominees follows two days of criticism in July over the nomination of Daniel Gluck to the Intermediate Court of Appeals, Hawaii’s second-highest court. Read more
The U.S. moved a step closer to expanding COVID-19 vaccinations for millions more children. Read more
The marriage to Kei Komuro cost Mako her royal status. Read more
Those who are eligible to receive booster shots of the Moderna vaccine must have completed the primary series at least six months ago. Read more
Luke joins a race that so far has attracted former state Sen. Jill Tokuda, who represented the Windward side and lost to current Lt. Gov. Josh Green in the 2018 Democratic Primary; and former City Council Chairman Ikaika Anderson. Read more
A police officer died Tuesday after being shot by a man at gas station in an Illinois suburb of St. Louis, authorities said. Read more
The global supply chain has been buffeted by a multitude of problems, from factories having to close due to COVID-19 surges, a lack of containers to ship items in, backups at ports and warehouses, and a shortage of truckers. Read more
Billionaires earn the bulk of their money off their wealth. Read more
The suspect in a Boise mall shooting that killed two people and injured four others has died, the Boise Police Department said today. Read more
A California police officer was convicted today of assault with a firearm in the 2018 fatal shooting of an unarmed mentally ill man who was shot nine times while driving away from police in a wealthy San Francisco suburb. Read more
Another group of workers is suing Los Alamos National Laboratory over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate, arguing that the requirement discriminates against employees who sought religious or medical exemptions. Read more
New Zealand’s government said Tuesday it will expand a vaccine mandate to include thousands of workers who have close contact with their customers, including those at restaurants, bars, gyms and hair salons. Read more
The arrests are connected to a 10-month investigation between federal law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europol in Europe. Read more
Critics say the reason Facebook was slow to take action on the ideas is simple: The tech giant worried it might impact the company’s profits. Read more
The airline, which operates under the publicly traded holding company Hawaiian Holdings Inc., reported a third-quarter net income of $14.7 million, or twenty-eight cents a diluted share. Read more
Chappelle addressed the transgender community, saying, “I’m more than willing to give you an audience, but you will not summon me. I am not bending to anybody’s demands.” Read more
Lee, who is the third-generation heir of South Korea’s biggest company, Samsung, has been involved in a series of corruption cases lately. Read more
Legendary Entertainment announced today that Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune,” which adapts the first half of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science-fiction epic, will get a sequel. Read more