While the new six-year South Pacific Tuna Treaty does not appear to provide any special recognition or benefits to the American Samoa’s tuna industry, Commerce Department
The American Samoa Community College has moved to “implement cost containment measures” with the only institution of higher education in the territory faced with a “defic
Apia, SAMOA — “Human Rights, gender equity, cultural views and HIV&AIDS Prevention” were among the issues that will be discussed during the Fa’afafine Week
One of the few moments in life when people can smile and cry at the same time is when a child reaches a milestone in his or her quest for success.
A police surveillance of a home in Fagatogo, where crystal methamphetamine, or ice, was allegedly sold, resulted in the arrest of a fa’afafine or transgender person, who goes by the name of “Nicole
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has suggested to the US Congress “two basic approaches” for increasing American Samoa’s minimum wages to keep pace with the cost of living in the terri
This past Thursday evening, Dec. 1, American Samoa joined the world in commemorating Worlds AIDS Day themed: Hands Up for HIV Prevention – held at the Gov. H. Rex Lee Auditorium.
Ua fa’amalumalu le tu’uina mai o se fa’aiuga a le fa’amasinoga maualuga fa’asaga i le fa’afinauga a loia e to’afa o lo o fautuaina aia tatau o ali’i e to’afa, ia o lo o tu’uaia i le fa’alavelave le