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Hawaii, Lawmakers Mourn Loss of Senator Inouye
Deceptive Beauty: Volcanoes Ready to Blow
For years, scientists have monitored volcanoes in the United States. It's important work because an active volcano can erupt at any time, quickly wiping out entire communities.
Federal Court Upholds Hawaii Gay Marriage Ban
Gay Civil Unions Legal in Hawaii, Delaware
Back from Vacation, Obama Sets Sights on Iowa
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Wendy Griffith. Top Stories: The lawsuit challenging Arizona's immigration law, civil unions denied in Hawaii, Israelis react to Netanyahu's U.S. visit, and more.
In the liberal state of Hawaii, Duke Aiona is running to be the next governor, but also taking a public stand for Jesus.
Scott Ross interviews musician Larry Gatlin. A man's drug addiction leads him on a crime spree. Also, CBN News profiles Hawaiian Governor candidate, Duke Aiona.
Watch The Brody File in Hawaii for a look at the RNC meetings held there, interviews with 'Mr. Tea Party' Dick Armey and Hawaii Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona, and more.
Aftershocks kept Hawaiians on edge following the strongest earthquake in more than two decades, a 6.6-magnitude quake that caused blackouts, landslides and prompted vacationers to flee their hotels.
He was the businessman who had it all. Aurelio Baretto visits The 700 Club to share how one simple question led to a major life change and a new clothing venture.
For this holiday season, the fitness expert demonstrates how to exercise using common household items.
Missionary Art Sanborn was paralyzed after a surfing accident broke his neck. He was told he would live the remainder of his days in a wheelchair. But Art had faith to believe he would walk again.
He found a whole new meaning to his faith on the high seas. Zac comes to The 700 Club to share his adventures.
When this skater catches air, it looks divine, but there is more driving Christian Hosoi than skateboarding.
Albert and Wendy Lopez moved to the Hawaii with big dreams for their future, only to have the economy bottom out.
Dr. Aileen Denny had to move to Hawaii to care for her ailing father. At first she didn't have the necessary paperwork to practice in a new state and for five years she relied on God.