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1 The Enterprising Story of Hawaii's Blind Vendors
2 The Minimum Wage Bill Still Alive At The Hawaii Legislature
3 Covid News: C.D.C. Chief Urges Caution for Unvaccinated Ahead of Memorial Day
4 Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for April 2021
5 How white planters usurped Hawaii's last queen
6 Hawai'i is not the multicultural paradise some say it is
7 Parler CEO Says Service Dropped By “Every Vendor” And Could End His Business
8 How to fill in your financial blind spots
9 Blind Travel Agent Triumphs in Sighted World
10 Giving it Our Best Shot – Statewide Vaccination Plans (UPDATED)
11 Higher dose docosahexaenoic acid supplementation during pregnancy and early preterm birth: A randomised, double-blind, adaptive-design superiority trial
12 Mutual Suspicion, Mutual Threats: Getting Japan and South Korea to Work Together
13 Gun legislation advances with state Senate committee vote
14 New Medical ‘Right To Repair’ Legislation Endangers Patients
15 Sen. Manchin to back Haaland for interior secretary; White House stands by Tanden for OMB
16 To Rebuild The Economy, Focus On A Hawaii-Grown Infrastructure
17 Inslee: Washington state must work toward a ‘new normal’
18 Ban unfair use of credit scores for insurance
19 Safety and Efficacy of Single-Dose Ad26.COV2.S Vaccine against Covid-19 | NEJM
20 Black legislator’s speech on Idaho House floor was just what some people need to hear
21 California “Techsodus”: Tech Companies, Billionaires, Millionaires, Tech Employees Flee San Francisco & Silicon Valley
22 Morning Briefing for Thursday, February 25, 2021
23 Lawyers involved in the gun debate are primed for the Supreme Court to take the next big case
24 I-TEAM: California doctor says hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 vaccines sitting in warehouses, potential of being wasted
25 WEEKLY BRIEFING – Pacific Beach Recreation Center mural project Ocean Beach Pier committee forming La Jolla Community Center programs
26 Ted Cruz maintains ties to right-wing group despite its extremist messaging
27 Covid-19 Maui County Schedule Changes | News, Sports, Jobs
28 Candidate Q&A: Kauai County Council — Felicia Cowden
29 Native Hawaiian Activists Turn Into Candidates For The 2020 Elections
30 Utility operators, regulators say Texas winter outages couldn't happen in Indiana
31 The rare and unnerving reality of catching COVID after being vaccinated
32 Audit finds 'improper' travel expenses, bonuses under Utah's former agriculture boss Gibson
33 Nearly 900,000 coronavirus vaccines stuck in transit across California, disrupting rollout in Bay Area
34 VCSC will get $1.25 million from former vendor | News | tribstar.com
35 Coronavirus daily news updates, January 19: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
36 Print edition: March 24
37 White House lines up lawmaker meetings on infrastructure
38 2021: The Year Ahead For Employers | Jackson Lewis PC
39 Barack Obama Remembers Thinking ‘You Can Do Anything’ During His First Trip to U.S. Mainland as a Child
40 Walpole School Committee unanimously votes to ditch ‘Rebels’ nickname
41 U.S. military to help states with coronavirus vaccine sites
42 Group of dance studios latest to sue Ohio over pandemic closures
43 POLITICO Playbook: How the Constitution could decide Trump's fate
44 "Scholars talk about being Black on campus in 2020"
45 Maine Mobile Vaccine Units Will Now Come Right to Your Business
46 Dry ice shortage concerns create COVID-19 vaccine distribution challenges
47 Get Ready for False Side Effects | In the Pipeline
48 Biden targets tax loophole that helps the rich transfer fortunes
49 Hawaii to get $50M from federal government to fight COVID-19
50 2020 St. Joe’s Amp concert season officially dead as last Ratt abandons ship
51 California Coronavirus Updates: CDC Endorses Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
52 Where do the U.S. and China stand on trade?
53 The Fort Bragg Murders
54 COVID-19 tracker: Regeneron's antibody cocktail hit by safety concerns; Novo's Rybelsus emerging from pandemic slump
55 House SolarWinds Hearing Focuses on Updating Cyber Laws
56 Maine eggs, Easter services, St. Elmo Steak House: News from around our 50 states
57 News Red Line Announces New Partnership With Oil Changers By aftermarketNews Staff November 19, 2020 Through
58 TV News coverage approved to celebrate special school graduation
59 Why Startups Have So Much Riding on Section 230's Future | Inc.com
60 Live updates on COVID-19: August 1-15
61 USED AND BORROWED TIME to Premiere at Quad Cinema in May
62 COVID-19 Class Action Litigation: 2020 Filed and Anticipated Cases
63 Navy, Lawmaker Split Over Timeline to Renovate Public Repair Yards
64 First Edition: May 13, 2021
65 Previous Senators Push for Changes in Wake of SolarWinds Attack
66 Monday, April 19, 2021
67 Disney Under Fire For Filming ‘Mulan’ in China’s Xinjiang Province
68 Paperwork failures worsened Texas blackouts, sparking mid-storm scramble to restore critical fuel supply
69 Special Club Champagne Is the Prestige Cuvée Among Growers | Wine Enthusiast
70 'Do something!'
71 Morning Briefing for Thursday, May 13, 2021
72 Guest tests positive after Stanwood house party of up to 70 people
73 Upper Committeeman Young resigns over sexually suggestive postings of VP candidate Harris
74 Richard H Clarida: US economic outlook and monetary policy
75 Utility sector progressing on gender diversity, but experts say more work needed
76 Training Tip: Who's in charge here?
77 Coronavirus daily news updates, February 9: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
78 Hudson Valley Student Dies After First Football Practice
79 Two Baltimore Brothers Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder Awarded Nearly $4M Compensation
80 Personality: Wanda S. Hunt
81 'Still killing us': The federal government underfunded health care for Indigenous people for centuries. Now they're dying of COVID-19
82 National parks could become privatized. What does that mean?
83 Thanks for chipping in to open 2 more Syracuse pools (Editorial)
84 The shock and reality of catching COVID-19 after being vaccinated
85 Asian Americans in San Francisco are dying at alarming rates from COVID-19: Racism is to blame
86 I On Politics
87 Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for January 2021
88 A Busy Morning For Gardiner Area Fire Departments
89 Coronavirus daily news updates, September 24: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
90 C.D.C. Changes Testing Guidance to Exclude People Without Covid-19 Symptoms, Worrying Experts
91 Fluvanna pooch makes his mark at Puppy Bowl
92 Dylan Flowers hoping to make a summer decision
93 Buffalo offers parking ticket, water bill amnesty; traffic fines based on income
94 A 9-year USFS aerial firefighting study left many questions unanswered
95 The U.S. government spent billions on a system for detecting hacks. The Russians outsmarted it.
96 Morning Briefing for Thursday, October 22, 2020
97 Traveling to Canada during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go
98 OP-ED | For the United States, a second race to the moon is a second-rate goal
99 College Station City Council Place 1 candidates have big plans for short term
100 China's man in Washington wants U.S. to 'return to right track'