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Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates 'Ha'aheo' Through Inclusivity and Innovation

UN: Venezuelans Now File 1 in 5 of All New Asylum Claims

By Jill Gleeson |
Hawaiian Airlines has grown to serve more than 10 million passengers annually, making it the largest and longest-serving carrier based in the 50th state. And Hawaiian shows no sign...

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New York Lawmakers OK Pot Decriminalization

New York Lawmakers OK Pot Decriminalization

By David Klepper | Jun 23
Lawmakers in New York state have voted to eliminate criminal penalties for public possession and use of marijuana after efforts to legalize pot stalled.

Family of Man Shot by Phoenix Police Emboldened after Video

Family of Man Shot by Phoenix Police Emboldened after Video

By Anita Snow | Jun 23
Relatives of Hector Lopez, who was fatally shot by Phoenix police in May, say passing officers have laughed and made obscene gestures — a charge the department vehemently denies — during past protests seeking information.

EU Leaders Rule Out Reopening Brexit Deal

EU Leaders Rule Out Reopening Brexit Deal

Jun 23
European Union leaders are underlining that their divorce agreement with Britain cannot be renegotiated regardless of who becomes the next prime minister there.

Fed Says Largest Banks Would Survive Crisis, in Latest Tests

Fed Says Largest Banks Would Survive Crisis, in Latest Tests

By Ken Sweet | Jun 23
All 18 of the nation's largest and most complex banks are strong enough to withstand a severe economic downturn and would be able to stay in business without collapsing, the Federal Reserve said Friday.

Bank of England Chief Dismisses Johnson's Brexit Trade Claim

Bank of England Chief Dismisses Johnson's Brexit Trade Claim

By Pan Pylas | Jun 23
The head of the Bank of England on Friday dismissed suggestions from Boris Johnson, favorite to become Britain's next prime minister, that tariffs on trade with the European Union can be avoided.

A Look at How Immigration Authorities Make Arrests

A Look at How Immigration Authorities Make Arrests

By Astrid Galvan and Nomaan Merchant | Jun 23
The anticipated sweep is expected to be similar to operations that authorities have regularly done since 2003. They often produce hundreds of arrests.

A Retail Rainbow: Vendors Mark LGBTQ Pride on Sales Racks

A Retail Rainbow: Vendors Mark LGBTQ Pride on Sales Racks

By Verena Dobnik | Jun 23
Major retailers have diversified their inventory for Pride month, selling apparel and other goods that celebrate LGBTQ culture to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.

California Assembly Committee Backs Vaccine Exemption Law

California Assembly Committee Backs Vaccine Exemption Law

By Andrew Oxford and Don Thompson | Jun 22
A California Assembly committee backed new rules for vaccination exemptions on Thursday following a raucous, hours-long hearing in the midst of a national measles outbreak and renewed scrutiny of immunization policies.

California to Illegal Pot Shops: We're Coming for You

California to Illegal Pot Shops: We're Coming for You

By Michael R. Blood | Jun 22
California is planning to intensify its enforcement against the state's thriving illegal marijuana market, including launching an ad campaign Friday that urges consumers to seek out licensed shops with safe products.

GOP Lawmakers in Some States Seek to Limit Voter Initiatives

GOP Lawmakers in Some States Seek to Limit Voter Initiatives

By Andrew DeMillo | Jun 22
Arkansas voters have been active in recent years, passing ballot initiatives that legalized medical marijuana, raised the minimum wage and expanded casino gambling. That hasn't gone over well with Republicans.

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