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                                Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald delivered his State of the Judiciary address Wednesday during a joint Legislature session at the state Capitol Senate chambers.
Chief justice cites innovations born from COVID restrictions

Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald outlined recent and upcoming judicial innovations — often prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic — before a joint session of the state Senate and House on Wednesday before asking for a “modest” budget increase that included a request to restore 30 COVID-era Judiciary job cuts across the islands. Read more

Japan to lower COVID-19 to flu status, further easing rules

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday announced plans to downgrade the legal status of COVID-19 to the equivalent of seasonal influenza in the spring, a move that would further relax mask wearing and other preventive measures as the country seeks to return to normalcy. Read more

                                A Boeing 737-700 United Airlines flight from West Palm Beach, Florida taxis at Newark Liberty International Airport in Elizabeth, N.J.
Ex-airline worker indicted in business fraud

A former United Airlines employee was indicted by the federal government for allegedly taking nearly $150,000 in Economic Injury Disaster Loans provided by the government during the COVID-19 pandemic by making up a fake limousine business. Read more

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                                Travelers ride escalators at Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing.
Lunar New Year rush starts in China after virus rules lifted

Hairdresser Wang Lidan is making an emotional Lunar New Year journey from Beijing to her hometown in northeastern China — her first in three years after the government lifted its strict “zero-COVID” policy that kept millions of people at home and sparked protests. Read more

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