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Families Urge Using New DNA Tech to ID Pearl Harbor Unknowns

Some families of USS Arizona sailors and Marines whose remains were never found after the bombing of Pearl Harbor are concerned the U.S. military doesn’t plan to take advantage of advances in DNA technology to identify unknowns from the battleship.
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Pearl Harbor Casualty Remains ID'd as California Sailor

The remains of a U.S. Navy sailor from California who was killed in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor have finally been identified.
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Remains Of WWII Sailor From Stockton Killed At Pearl Harbor Officially Accounted For, Navy Says

STOCKTON (CBS13) — The remains of a World War II-era sailor from Stockton who was among those killed in the Pearl Harbor attack has officially been accounted for, officials announced on Friday. Navy Water Tender 1st Class Charles E. Hudson was serving on the battleship USS Oklahoma on Dec. 7, 1941. Torpedo hits during the attack caused the ship to capsize, killing 429 crewmen – Hudson among them. Throughout the war, the remains of the crew members killed in the attack were recovered. The remains...
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Triple-digit COVID increase won't bring back restrictions, children now 20% of infected, Kauai sewer problems contaminate beach, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Grocery COVID precautions ©2021 All Hawaii NewsReturn of restrictions not planned as coronavirus infections surge in Hawaii. The number of new COVID-19 cases in Hawaii is surging, and remained in the triple-digit range for the fifth day in a row Monday. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now.Restaurant association head calls for end to state restrictions. The chairman of the Hawaii Restaurant Association said it’s time for Gov. David Ige and the counties’ mayors to lift restrict...
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California allocates $156 million to combat anti-Asian hate

A historic $156 million investment to combat anti-Asian hate, part of a $100 billion state spending bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom this week, is expected to help a number of grassroots nonprofits in Southern California that have been leading the charge to fight hate and provide services to Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. The Asian Pacific Islander Equity Budget, developed by the Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus, will allocate the funds over a three-year period to a nu...
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A Minnesota sailor lost at Pearl Harbor finally comes home

The Defense Department used DNA technology to identify 22-year-old Neal Todd of Akeley, Minn.
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Remains of Alabama Sailor Killed at Pearl Harbor Identified

The Pentagon says an Alabama sailor who was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor nearly 80 years ago has been positively identified.
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Sailor From Kentucky Who Died at Pearl Harbor Identified

The military says a sailor from Kentucky who was killed at Pearl Harbor has been identified, and he will be buried in his hometown next month.
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Legislature to convene next week for veto override session, ex-Honolulu official to be sentenced in embezzling case today, job vacancies go unfilled despite high unemployment rate, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii state Capitol ©2021 All Hawaii NewsHouse Speaker: Lawmakers Will Return To The Capitol July 6. Scott Saiki says he’s unsure if there will be any veto overrides, but Hawaii legislators need to make some technical budget fixes. Civil Beat.After Embezzling To Fund ‘Luxurious Lifestyle,’ Former Nonprofit Exec Begs For Leniency. Prosecutors are asking a federal judge to send Hanalei Aipoalani to prison. Aipoalani is hoping for home confinement. Civil Beat.Text messages implicate Higa i...
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Week of June 29 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to’s week of June 29 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Here Are the Young Men Based on the acclaimed novel by Rob Doyle, the film catalogs the last hurrah of three high school graduates intent on celebrating their newfound freedom with an epic, debaucherous bender. However, when a horrible accident sends them ...
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Afghanistan Lost

Panama City, Panama Mind burst, sans-edit Just go back to 2006 and read my dozen major dispatches on losing the war in Afghanistan. At that time, millions of people regularly read my Iraq and Afghanistan. And at any one time, about half hated me or said I was wrong. But now we can open the time capsule and see who was right and wrong on Iraq, Afghanistan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan-Korea relations, and Chinese information war. Start with my 2005 archives. Imagine investing in my report...
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The US Navy practiced blasting an aircraft carrier for the first time in 34 years. Here's what it's testing.

US Navy aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford during shock trials in the Atlantic Ocean, June 18, 2021. US Navy/MCS3 Riley B. McDowell The Navy's newest aircraft carrier, USS Gerald R. Ford, went through shock trials on June 18. Shock trials are meant to test how a warship's systems handle the stresses of combat. It's the first time a US carrier has undergone these tests since the USS Theodore Roosevelt in 1987. See more stories on Insider's business page. This month, the US ...
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How Tokyo Drift Saved The Fast and Furious Franchise

Few could have predicted that 2001’s The Fast and the Furious, a pint-sized Point Break rip-off featuring a cast of relative unknowns, would go on to spawn eight sequels, a spinoff series, a Universal Studios ride, and a surprisingly great Netflix cartoon. At the time, the Vin Diesel/Paul Walker vehicle earned tepid reviews (just 54% on Rotten Tomatoes) but surprised everyone with a $40 million opening weekend and an astonishing $207M worldwide haul. RELATED: Rocket League Is Getting More Fast ...
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If you can’t get a USS Arizona Memorial reservation, can you still see/visit Pearl Harbor?

USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor When most visitors say that they want to visit Pearl Harbor, they really don’t have a complete idea of all that Pearl Harbor encompasses. It can be a bit confusing trying to understand it all. Trust me, I know. In this article, we want to help explain more about the area and what you can see, what needs a reservation and admission. Here’s a little bit of a spoiler alert before we dive into it all. We want you to know that if you don’t have a ticket/reserva...
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Remains of Sailor Killed During World War II Identified

Officials say the remains of a sailor from Kentucky who died in the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified.
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‘The Rocketeer’ Star Billy Campbell Reflects on a Superhero Masterpiece as It Turns 30 [Interview]

This month marks a milestone for one of the most underrated Disney films. The Rocketeer arrived in theaters in the summer of 1991, delivering a 1930s-era adventure of a pilot who stumbles upon a jetpack being sought after by gangsters, FBI agents, Nazis, and millionaire industrialist Howard Hughes. Though the film failed to take off at the box office, its fans are legion (and this writer counts himself among them). As the film turns 30, /Film sat down virtually with Billy Campbell, the actor wh...
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Remains of 3 Brothers Killed at Pearl Harbor Identified

U.S. military officials say the remains of three brothers from Wisconsin who were killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified.
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Officials Identify Remains of Sailor Killed in WWII

Officials say the remains of a Navy sailor from West Virginia who died in the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified.
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Marine Killed at Pearl Harbor Laid to Rest in California

Eighty years after he died in the attack on Pearl Harbor and just months after his remains were finally identified, a California Marine has been laid to rest with full military honors.
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All-Clear After Unspecified Threat Locks Down Pearl Harbor

The U.S. military has declared an “all-clear” after an unspecified threat prompted an hours-long lockdown of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
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A Black soldier’s valor in the D-Day landing may have been under recognized

D-Day, June 6, 1944, is known as the longest day. Today we look at the invasion and a renewed effort to recognize a hero’s valor. Waverly B. Woodson Jr. of Pennsylvania was in his second year of college when he enlisted in the Army a year after the attack on Pearl Harbor. He tested high enough for Officer Candidate School, but after basic training was told there were no spots available. Instead, Woodson trained as a medic for the 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, an all-Black unit that would even...
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How Japan was tricked into revealing its plans before a pivotal World War II battle

A Japanese heavy cruiser lies low in the water after being bombed by US naval aircraft during the Battle of Midway, in June 1942. AP Photo In late spring 1942, Adm. Chester W. Nimitz needed to know where Japan would strike next. Luckily, a Navy intelligence officer came up with a ruse that tricked Japanese and set up one of the great naval victories in US history. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Battle of Midway is remembered as one of the greatest naval victories in A...
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What China is learning from the battle that changed the course of World War II in the Pacific

US Navy cruiser USS Astoria steams by USS Yorktown after the carrier had been hit by Japanese bombs during the Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942. US Navy via AP The Battle of Midway between the US and Japanese navies began on June 4, 1942. The three-day battle was a decisive defeat for the Japanese and turned the tide of the war. Now, 79 years later, the battle still holds lessons, and China in particular has studied it closely. See more stories on Insider's business page. On June 4, 1942...
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Flags to Fly Half-Staff to Honor Kentucky Sailor

Officials say flags at state buildings are being flown at half-staff to honor a Kentucky sailor who was killed at Pearl Harbor and recently identified.
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Remains of Utah Sailor Killed at Pearl Harbor to Return Home

U.S. officials say the remains of a Navy sailor who died during the attack on Pearl Harbor have returned to Salt Lake City, and a ceremony at his home in Delta is scheduled.
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Navy Man Killed in Pearl Harbor Attack Laid to Rest in Ohio

The remains of an Ohio serviceman who died nearly 80 years ago during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor have been brought home and laid to rest next to those of his parents and brother.
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Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert downplayed the Capitol riot at a major QAnon conference and posed for photos with a conspiracy theorist influencer

Rep. Louie Gohmert, left, talks with fellow GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz and Jim Jordan. Photo by Caroline Brehman/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican, spoke at a major QAnon conference on Saturday in Dallas. Gohmert downplayed the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to the crowd of QAnon supporters and MAGA proponents. The congressman spoke in front of a large image of the event's logo, which featured the QAnon mantra "Where we go one, we go all." See more stories on I...
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Kentucky Men Returned for Burial 80 Years After Pearl Harbor

The remains of two Kentucky men who died 80 years ago during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor were returned to the commonwealth this week for burial.
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Nebraska Lab IDs Over 300 Pearl Harbor Sailors and Marines

The remains of more than 300 sailors and Marines who died when the USS Oklahoma sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor 79 years ago have been identified thanks to the work of experts at Offutt Air Force Base.
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Murrieta veteran profiles Americans killed on D-Day

Robert “Red” Mulvanny retired from the U.S. Navy in 2002, after 33 years serving his country. But he’s not done supporting his fellow service members. Mulvanny is one of a team of more than 120 volunteers from 37 states profiling each of the 2,502 American service members who died on D-Day. And the Murrieta resident is leading the charge, writing more profiles so far than any other volunteer writing about the D-Day dead. “As of this morning, it’s actually 240,” Mulvanny said Tuesday, May 25, sit...
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