The LinkedIn page of a Hawaii state representative who is running for Congress lists him as having a master’s degree though he never completed the program.
A Hawaii National Guard unit is deploying to Afghanistan — the first of about 1,000 state guardsmen who will be sent to the Middle East and Europe over the next year.
Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts simultaneously exhaled a giant cloud of smoke that rose above San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park precisely at 4:20 p.m. Friday, the annual April 20 high holiday.
The Justice Department has opened an antitrust investigation into whether AT&T, Verizon and a standards-setting group worked together to stop consumers from easily switching wireless carriers.
The U.S. Centers for Disease expanded its warning Friday surrounding a multistate E. coli outbreak tied to tainted romaine lettuce from Arizona, which has now sickened more than 50 people.
North Korea said Saturday it has suspended nuclear and long-range missile tests and plans to close its nuclear test site.
St. Louis prosecutors on Friday charged Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens with a felony for using a charity donor list for his 2016 political campaign, adding to the first-term governor’s legal woes.
The FBI has announced a new reward of $1 million for information leading to the safe location, recovery, and return of Austin Tice, an American freelance journalist who disappeared in Syria in 2012.
A judge on Friday ruled a high school student in Maine who fled his native Zambia can compete in a government-funded national poetry contest.
A gunman who carried a shotgun in a guitar case opened fire Friday in a Florida high school, wounding one student before he was arrested on a day planned for a national classroom walkout to protest gun violence, authorities said.