Ukraine accuses Russia of massacre, city strewn with bodies

BUCHA, Ukraine — Bodies with bound hands, close-range gunshot wounds and signs of torture lay scattered in a city on the outskirts of Kyiv after Russian soldiers withdrew from the area. Ukrainian authorities accused the departing forces on Sunday of committing war crimes and leaving behind a “scene from a horror movie.”

Police: At least 2 shooters kill 6, wound 12 in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif — At least two shooters opened fire early Sunday in Sacramento in the city’s second mass shooting in five weeks, killing six people and wounding 12 others as bars closed for the night and crowds emptied onto downtown streets, police said.

EHCC exhibition explores tension between modern and traditional

Difficult questions are at the core of the Kilo I Ka Mo‘o exhibition on view in April and May at the East Hawaii Cultural Center. How can Native Hawaiians reconcile the contradictions between the traditions of their subjugated culture and the contemporary ideals of a monetized society? Is it possible to express one’s native heritage, reclaim lost identity, and at the same time accept new ways?

The products Americans buy can help fund seditionists and war criminals

In the nearly 15 months since the Capitol insurrection, some major corporations have backtracked significantly on their pledge to deny campaign funding to the 147 members of Congress who voted against certification of the 2020 presidential election result. Just to be clear: 147 members of Congress deliberately sought to undermine American democracy and subvert a legitimate presidential election to advance then-President Donald Trump’s lie that the election was stolen.

As Biden moves to end Title 42, administration must prepare to humanely deal with migrant influx

Over the past few days, migrants fleeing the war in Ukraine have made their way to northern Mexico and been waved through the U.S. southern border, putting an end to a short but harrowing journey to seek safety in a foreign land. Yards away, equally desperate travelers from Central and South America, Haiti, Cameroon and elsewhere watched as the Ukrainians were afforded the very same opportunity they’d waited months for.