Trump-Russia conspiracy unlikely to pan out

Before we get to the question of whether the president of the United States is a Russian asset, let’s consider another question: When was the last time a popular and contentious conspiracy theory turned out to be true? Not a little true, but, like, really true?

Media must do better in 2020 coverage

WASHINGTON — The belief that constitutional democracy is superior to other forms of government rests in part on its capacity to encourage open debate and thus social learning.

My Turn: WHT internship another step in life of learning

Aloha! You may have seen a new byline over the past couple weeks, and I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Tianna Morimoto and I’m an intern with West Hawaii Today for the month of January. I am currently a senior communication studies major and a broadcast journalism minor at Chapman University in Orange, California.