In a letter released this week, three U.N. officials addressed "America’s increased military presence in Guam" and its effect on Indigenous people.
My mother recently said, in Mandarin, that she wanted to close her spa earlier at night because “America feels unsafe.”
Guam's representative in Congress delivered a batch of island cookies to Greene's office this week.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt was sidelined in Guam for two months last year after an explosion of infections plagued the aircraft carrier.
Less than two weeks into 2021 and it's already brought us lasso snakes.
"I certainly don't question his motives," Vice Adm. Bill Merz said of Crozier, who was relieved from the USS Roosevelt after speaking out about the coronavirus.
“We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die," the captain wrote of his ship's COVID-19 cases.
More than 3,000 native Guamanians will get payments of $10,000 to $25,000 as compensation from the U.S. government for their suffering at the hands of imperial Japan during World War II.
A former representative in Guam's Legislature, Leon Guerrero won with more than 50 percent of votes.
Federal regulations currently make it risky for banks to provide services to cannabis businesses.