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Vice President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is sworn in as Philippines president by Chief Justice Hilario Davide. Next to Davide is Manila Archbishop Cardinal Jaime Sin.

Associated Press photo

Miss America 2001
Hali'a Hawai'i
E-The People
The State of the Hawaiian
Legislature 2001

Philippines ousts Estrada in massive popular revolt
President Joseph Estrada quit Saturday and the country's vice president replaced him in a wild finish to the Philippines' worst political crisis in more than a decade.
Islands' Filipino community absorbed by crists in homeland
Latest updates from the Associated Press

Audit traces special education costs to poor oversight
The state's lack of a clear definition for which children are eligible for special-education services is opening the floodgates for services and driving up costs, the state auditor said.

Florida firm loses Hawai'i military contract
Saying the Army incorrectly inflated an in-house bid, a military appeals board yesterday reversed a decision that had given control of more than 200 civil service jobs to a Florida defense contractor.

Bush Inauguration
See our Associated Press coverage of President-elect Bush's inauguration with the latest stories, video, photos, an interactive Flash graphic of the Bush family tree and more.

Raceway possible for Kalaeloa
Operators of Hawai'i's only privately owned motor raceway can't wait to take over a noisy, industrial 140-acre lot owned by Hawaiian Homes at the former Barbers Point Naval Air Station.

Ige's plea postponed until he finds lawyer
'Black Beard' robs ninth bank, this one in Kailua
Correa named Big Island police chief
UH regents approve Manoa chancellor position

Faxon grabs five-stroke Sony Open lead
Brad Faxon leads the Sony Open in Hawai'i after opening with successive rounds of 6-under-par 64, and has more eagles (four) than any PGA Tour golfer on the planet this year.

Warriors fall to Bruins in 5
Kamehameha beats Punahou, 61-43
Takanohana to wrestle Musashimaru for title
Hula Bowl a celebration of college football's best

Book Review: Father Damien
“Leper Priest of Moloka
i” is a hefty tome even in paperback, written by Dr. Richard Stewart, a semi-retired professor of medicine from Wisconsin, a writer fascinated by the influence of medicine in the lives of famous people.

'Vanities' explores sociology, soul
Kapono, Makana on VH1 show

Hawai'i businesses monitoring California power crisis
Experts said yesterday it is too early to tell if California's power crisis will affect Hawai'i's economy. But if the shortage causes the California economy to founder, Hawai'i and other states could also stumble.

Bank of the Orient to close Kapi'olani branch
Haseko Homes tries again to sell Pu'uhonua Estates property

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