Congressman Faleomavaega Eni has cited deficiencies with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) draft proposal to expand the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary and called f
Samoa celebrates 50 years of independence this year. There is no better time to recognize the need to help women achieve social, psychological, and economic freedom and independence than now.
Senate President Gaoteote Palaie Tofau is the sponsor of a Senate bill which seeks to refinance $2 million under the current $20 million loan from the ASG Employees Retirement Fund to fund operati
Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Toetagata Albert Mailo has ruled in favor of the American Samoa Government, who terminated a teacher for misconduct stemming from actions he took against his student
Seven teenagers who agreed among themselves to stone police vehicles, an act which injured a senior police officer last year October, made their initial appearance before the District Court on Mon
For 40 years the American Samoa Bar Association has been promoting justice in American Samoa. Success has only been accomplished with champions of justice throughout the territory.
SAIPAN, CNMI —The Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, which makes recommendations to the Secretary of Commerce for the management of fisheries in federal waters surroundi
It is not too often that a cruise ship leaves port with its lights on, but on Monday evening, March 5, the cruise ship Ocean Princess left Pago Pago at nearly 7 p.m., and the early darkness had th
Miss American Samoa volunteering at the Women’s Auxillary Store at LBJ Hospital. Pictured (L-R): Penina, Miss American Samoa Skyline Nua, and the lovely Miss Suni.
(AP) —Amid fresh concerns over the safety of American forces, President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the accidental burning of Qurans in Afghanistan and the retaliatory killings of U.S.