Another day, another real life hero of color whitewashed out of existence by Hollywood!
Attorney General Jeff Sessions believes it was wrong for federal judges to block both of President Trump’s executive orders banning travel from several Muslim-majority countries and temporarily blocking the admission of refugees from Syria.
President Donald Trump has a new thorn in his side: the federal judge in Hawaii who just indefinitely extended a hold on the president's revamped Muslim travel ban.
When not one, but two federal judges halted President Donald Trump's second attempt at a Muslim travel ban on Wednesday evening, it wasn't simply a body blow to a policy that was already on the ropes. It was a repudiation of the white nationalist philosophy coursing its way through the president's agenda, merely…
First the Education Department misspelled W.E.B. Du Bois’ on the anniversary of the NAACP’s founding. Then the Republican Party misquoted Abraham Lincoln on his birthday. But capping off a bizarre Sunday of colossal gaffes was the U.S. Tennis Association (USTA), which played a version of Germany’s national anthem that…
The 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Wednesday was marked largely by solemn memorials and respectful remarks.
The Department of the Interior (DOI), a Cabinet-level federal agency, has finalized a change to its rules that would require the federal government to recognize a Native Hawaiian government, should one be created, and reestablish a "formal government-to-government" relationship. "Today is a major step forward in the…
On Feb. 26, a convention of Native Hawaiians announced that they had made history: they had written a constitution for a Hawaiian nation.
Bad news, teen smokers in Hawaii: you're now breaking the law.
Last March, Courtney Wilson and her girlfriend Taylor Guerrero were vacationing in Hawaii when a run-in with police led to both women's arrest and, now, a federal lawsuit. All because they kissed in public.
Last weekend, while surfing in the ocean near Lanikai, Tony Lee came face to face with every surfer's nightmare: a stealthy, hungry shark. Lee's first alert to the shark's presence was a sudden tug that pulled him off his board and under the water with both of his legs in the shark's mouth.
The nation's most ethnically diverse state is having a huge homelessness problem—but it’s the native people who were there first that are disproportionately ending up on the streets.