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Maui remains under flood advisory; Oahu advisory canceled

The National Weather Service has canceled a flood advisory for Oahu, but a separate advisory remains in effect on Maui until 11:15 a.m. Read More

Some survivors of California bar shooting also lived through Vegas

Southern California’s Borderline Bar and Grill had become a safe haven for dozens of survivors of last year’s massacre at a Las Vegas country music festival, a place where they gathered for line dancing and drinks. Read More

Appeals court rules against Trump on DACA immigrant policy

A U.S. appeals court blocked President Donald Trump today from immediately ending an Obama-era program shielding young immigrants from deportation, saying the administration’s decision was based on a flawed legal theory. Read More
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U.S. immigration officials move to restrict asylum to migrants at border

The move was spurred in part by caravans of Central American migrants slowly moving north on foot, but will apply to anyone caught crossing illegally, officials said. It’s unknown whether those in the caravan, many fleeing violence in their homeland, plan to cross illegally. Read More

There are 3 million Venezuelan refugees and migrants worldwide, U.N. says

The U.N. refugee agency and the U.N. migration agency announced today that 2.4 million Venezuelan refugees and migrants are in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the rest are in other regions worldwide. Read More

Kamaaha Avenue in Kapolei reopens after gas line repair

Kamaaha Avenue, between Kealanani Avenue and Kuloa Avenue, has been reopened. Read More

Moscow square named after British double agent Kim Philby

The Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin on Tuesday Nov. 6, decreed that a square near the headquarters of Russia’s SVR foreign intelligence service be named after Kim Philby, the Briton who was the most successful Soviet double agent of the Cold war period. Read More

Pablo Escobar’s widow describes forced abortion in new book about ruthless drug lord

The revelation comes in a memoir, “My Life and My Prison With Pablo Escobar,” in which Maria Henao for the first time opens up about her life alongside one of the world’s most ruthless criminals, portraying herself more as a victim of the boundless violence of the Medellin cartel boss than as an accomplice to his lawbreaking. Read More

Protesters target D.C. home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson

According to a police report, a group of demonstrators gathered outside Carlson’s Northwest Washington home Wednesday night, Nov. 7. Read More

Man wins lottery prize by picking Red Sox jersey numbers

A Massachusetts great-grandfather has won a $100,000 lottery prize by picking the jersey numbers of five members of the World Series-winning Boston Red Sox. Read More

Acosta video distributed by White House was doctored, expert says

A day after revoking the press credentials of CNN’s chief White House correspondent, the White House stood by its decision as critics assailed it both for falsely accusing him of mistreating an intern at President Donald Trump’s news conference and for disseminating a doctored video of the incident. Read More

Florida voters choose to phase out greyhound racing by 2021

The state voted 69 to 31 percent Tuesday, Nov. 6, to pass Amendment 13, which bans the sport beginning on Jan. 1, 2021. Read More

Florida officers catch giant lizard that terrified neighbors

Florida authorities have caught a huge lizard that terrified residents of a suburban Miami neighborhood for months. Read More

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