Presidential greatness is rarely fixed in stone – changing attitudes lead to dramatic shifts
Richmond, VA — Every American president has landed in the history books. And historians’ assessments of their performance have been generally consistent over time.
Stowaway will not be charged, says Samoa police chief
Apia, SAMOA — Samoa’s Commissioner of Police and Prisons has said they would not charge a woman who had stowed away on a Fiji Airways flight to Nadi in December last year.
Presidents Day — Honoring those who shaped U.S. democracy
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — American Samoa joins the rest of the nation in observing Monday, Feb. 20 as Presidents Day, and all ASG and federal offices are closed.
Top U.S. Army recruiters honored photo & caption
The top 13 recruiting non-commissioned officers from the 1st quarter of fiscal year 2023 were recognized in Washington, DC earlier this month, and included American Samoa’s very own Sgt.
EU blacklists Am Samoa as a “non-cooperative tax jurisdiction”
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — American Samoa remains blacklisted by the European Union (EU) as a “non-cooperative tax jurisdiction,” according to a Feb 14, 2023 release by the EU Commission.
Samoa’s tourism industry provides a big chunk of the country’s GDP
Apia, SAMOA — Samoa’s tourism industry currently accounts for 25 percent of the country’s GDP, employing around 15 percent of the workforce and generating a third of the country’s total fo
Just a day at the Tax Office photo & caption
Local residents wait their turn to file their 2022 Taxes at the Tax Office on the ground floor of the A.P. Lutali Executive Office Building last week.
FILIFILI LE UI’I ATAMAI E TAITAI I LE AIGA
Fa’atalofa atu i le mamalu o le atunu’u, ae maise o le au faitau i len
Olosega Elementary granted initial accreditation through 2026
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS-WASC) has granted “Initial Accreditation Status” for Olosega Elementary