WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden promised Wednesday to end hunger in the United States by the end of the decade, unveiling an expansive government effort during the first White House conference on health and nutrition in 50 years.
A federal judge in Honolulu on Monday said a retired police officer “acted cowardly, reprehensibly and despicably” when he punched another elderly passenger aboard a cruise ship en route to Hilo from Los Angeles almost four years ago.
A bill that would require full County Council approval for time extensions of rezoning applications on Hawaii Island will be considered by the Windward Planning Commission next week.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamped southwest Florida on Wednesday, turning streets into rivers, knocking out power to 1.8 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland.
A state Supreme Court ruling about felony prosecutions could prompt the state Legislature to confirm the board of a new Maunakea management agency much earlier than expected.
Aaron Judge had gone seven games since his last home run, 34 plate appearances of fans quieting to a hush and snapping photos with every pitch.
CINCINNATI — The Miami Dolphins outlasted the Buffalo Bills last week to start the season 3-0 for the first time since 2018.
DENVER — Mikko Rantanen can’t believe how quickly the summer flew by. One moment the Colorado Avalanche were riding through the streets of Denver on firetrucks and the next they’re back on the ice.
NEW YORK — Eduardo Escobar homered and drove in five late runs — including the winning single in the 10th inning — to rally New York past Miami and back into sole possession of the NL East lead.