Daniel Inouye: A Genuine Hero
Hawaii Democratic Senator Daniel Inouye, 88, has died from respiratory complications, the Associated Press reports. According to a statement released by his staff, his last words were Aloha.
Daniel Inouye, the Senate Appropriations chairman whose panoramic and compelling life story brought him from World War II hero to third in line in succession to the presidency, died on Monday. His death at age 88 at the Walter Reed National Military
Daniel Inouye, the senior senator from Hawaii and the president pro-tempore of the Senate, died at Walter Reed Medical Center Monday evening. He was 88. Officials said the cause of death was respiratory complications. With Inouye's death, the Senate
Inouye served in Hawaii's congressional delegation since 1959, when Hawaii became a state. He was elected to the Senate in 1962, making him the most senior senator and the second longest serving in U.S. history, after
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