WASHINGTON — The case of Mehdi Nemmouche haunts U.S. intelligence officials.
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NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine — Their tanks bearing the flag of their would-be state, Russian-backed separatists held control Friday over this coastal town on the new front in the Ukraine conflict and announced their intention to keep pushing west toward a major port city.
BAGHDAD — As Islamic militants rampage across northern Iraq, seizing vast swaths of territory and driving hundreds of thousands of people from their homes, the Shiite Turkmens living in the hardscrabble town of Amirli have decided to stay and fight.
The chance of a “megadrought” gripping the Southwest for more than 30 years has increased to 50 percent, scientists say, which means bad news for California’s already parched landscape.
Full-time American workers labor the equivalent of nearly an additional day each week, averaging 47 hours instead of the standard 40, according to Gallup poll results released Friday.
NEW YORK — Is it time to cash out of stocks?
A Kona grand jury has indicted a 36-year-old Ka‘u man with attempted second-degree murder for an assault on his 42-year-old sister earlier this month that reportedly almost killed her.
Glenn Cornick, a Hilo resident and the original bassist for the classic British rock band Jethro Tull, died Thursday in Hilo. He was 67.
A lava flow moving toward populated areas along Kilauea’s east rift zone remains difficult to predict a week after scientists and public safety officials began warning about its approach.
HONOLULU — Hawaii state Sen. David Ige surprised political observers when he pulled off a historic upset, beating incumbent Gov. Neil Abercrombie in the Democratic primary for governor.
More than 5,000 comments about Native Hawaiian recognition are being processed by the U.S. Department of the Interior, according to a government website.
Residents and visitors hungry to understand the old Hawaii got a window into history Thursday in Kailua Village.
HAGATNA, Guam — The Guam Army National Guard is postponing training because of a budget shortfall.
HONOLULU — Honolulu council members are negotiating with the state of Hawaii to allow homeless people to set up camp on Sand Island while they advance a group of bills aimed at moving homeless families out of tourist meccas like Waikiki.
One hiker is dead and another was medevaced to safety by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew after an accident Thursday on a remote trail along Kauai’s Na Pali Coast.