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Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s election, there will be a lot of new faces at the Guam Legislature in January and the collective level of legislative experience will be much lower.

Democratic de...

Governor Calvo signs home cultivation bill into law

Governor Eddie Baza Calvo signed Senator Louise Muna’s Bill 302-34 into law opening the door for home cultivation of medicinal cannabis, years after...

U.S. Supreme Court likely to weigh in on disenfranchisement of territories

As usual on controversial American national issues, the citizens of U.S. territories had absolutely no say in the confirmation...

In response to an increase in demand for travel between Japan and Guam, United Airlines (UAL) is restoring four weekly flights between Guam and Nagoya from Dec. 2, 2018 through the end of March 2019.

U...

Three candidates from U.S. universities have been selected as finalists for University of Guam president,  the UOG Presidential Search Committee announced Tuesday.

Dr. Thomas W. Krise, Dr. Bruce T...

Guam Delegate to Congress says Guam federal programs actually got more money despite Trump threats

   Before he jetted off to yet another weekend at his Mara-Lago Resort in Florida, President Dona...

A developing tropical disturbance located just northwest of Weno in Chuuk State, about 565 miles southeast of Guam and 605 miles southeast of Saipan, is now the subject of a tropical cyclone formation...

Gov. Eddie is seeking the inclusion of Guam in a U.S. Senate bill that would provide Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands appropriations for health programs and unfunded federal mandates such as the Earned...

She extracts hope from statements about N.Korea and bi-partisanship; worries about impact of giant tax cut for rich on Guam

Congresswoman Bordallo and Guam Society of America President

Aylene Mafnas pr...

Noumea, New Caledonia –Staff from the Oceanic Fisheries Programme completed a significant tuna-tagging voyage in late 2017, releasing nearly 28,000 tags in the waters of PNG and Solomon Islands.

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