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Blog accuses media of cover-up over Eni's health
A blog with the acronym ABCDEFG - Anyone But Congressional Delegate Eni Faleomavaega Group - has questioned the actual health condition of the Congressman and accused Samoa News and another local news organization of not doing their job.
BoH delays closure
Following another personal plea by Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga during a meeting in Honolulu, the Bank of Hawai'i has delayed indefinitely the official closure of its local operations, which was set for March 14, 2014.
International Business Times
Revoking of US travel ban on Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi Gathers Steam
This might be a sign that the US lawmakers will have to re-consider the revoking of visa to the Gujarat Chief Minister.
Parting advice from Chamber of Commerce chairman
Departing Chamber of Commerce chairman David Robinson says the government needs to address certain policies, which could help boost new investment, thereby creating new jobs - aside from the minimum wage issue and the poor local economy, Speaking at the conclusion of last Wednesday's Chamber meeting with U.S. Government Accountability Office ... (more)
Citizenship plaintiffs ask Fed appeal's court to deny affirmation of decision
Plaintiffs in the citizenship lawsuit have asked the federal appeals court in Washington D.C. to deny a motion by the U.S. government to affirm a lower court's decision, which dismissed the lawsuit.
Low-income energy assistance grant will increase in January
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services plans to increase in January the Low Income Heating and Energy Assistance grant to the insular areas, including American Samoa.
HHS increases LIHEAP allocation to territories
Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo announced last week that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will increase the allocation to the territories for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program for fiscal year 2014 from 0.135 percent to 0.50 percent.
Faleomavaega to be moved from Tripler to the U.S.
Congressman Faleomavaega Eni is scheduled to be moved next week from Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu to the mainland for further rehabilitation, his office said in a statement yesterday, while emphasizing that the congressman is expected to make a full and complete recovery.
The Miami Herald
Tribes want Congress to ban Redskins' trademark
Proclamation from Lt. Gov Spencer Phips of Massachusetts Bay in New England, published in 1755, declaring a bounty for scalps and prisoners against the Penobscot Indians.