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The threat of dangerous floods and landslides continues after an unusually powerful storm hit the Hawaiian islands. The lives lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor …
The threat of dangerous floods and landslides continues after an unusually powerful storm hit the Hawaiian islands. The lives lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor are honored. And is math education racist? ???? It’s Julius here with Tuesday’s news. The Short List is a snappy USA TODAY news roundup. Subscribe to the newsletter here or text messages here. An unusually powerful storm battered the Hawaiian islands on Tuesday, leaving thousands without power and flooding streets across the archipelago. The weather left tourists stranded, including several who canceled wedding plans, and some of the islands’ most iconic beaches barren as the threat of dangerous flash floods, landslides and crashing tree limbs persisted. It also brought as much as 8 inches of snow atop some of the state’s highest summits. The conditions forced Gov. David Ige to issue a state of emergency for all of the state’s islands Monday night. Tuesday marked eight decades since the shocking attack on Pearl Harbor. The date that changed the course of a nation was marked by about 35 military survivors who gathered at multiple events. When hundreds of Japanese planes bombed American service members and civilians on U.

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