Survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Japan during World War II visited Pearl Harbor and spoke at the University of Hawaii.
Climate change-driven sea level rise is forcing people in the Marshall Islands to consider the need to build a new island or raise existing ones.
After Guam elects its first female Governor, a female-majority legislature, what will it mean for the US territory's unresolved political status and ongoing military build-up?
As Greenland’s glaciers melt and flow into the sea, Pacific island nations are on the receiving end of some of that water. It’s also the backdrop for a unique artistic collaboration between two indigenous poets from opposite ends of the earth.
Some of the biggest deposits of iron, copper, and rare-earth elements are in the middle of the Pacific. They come at a cost.
International sanctions and a U.S. travel ban to North Korea are making humanitarian aid work all but impossible.
Australia, the United States, and Japan focus on improving interoperability with sinking exercise during SINKEX, part of RIMPAC (Rim of the Pacific) 2018, the world’s largest international maritime exercises
The Himalayan nation joins a growing list of countries losing Temporary Protective Status
POHAKULOA, Hawaii Island - Pohakuloa Training Area, an Army-controlled site the size of Guam, is the largest U.S. military training ground in the Pacific.
Even as a cloud of uncertainty hangs over a possible US-North Korea summit, a coalition of international women from 16 countries join South Korean peace groups to advance the peace process on the Korean Peninsula.
Native Hawaiians and others fight the US military's use of land on Hawaii's Big Island for live-fire testing.
Despite recent U.S. military incidents, accidents, and crashes involving helicopters and airplanes, U.S. Forces Japan insist its aircraft operate safely. Many Okinawans would beg to differ.