Sen. Daniel Inouye, the 88-year-old Democrat who has been in office since Hawaii became a state in 1959, has died. His last word was, "Aloha."
He became Hawaii's senator in 1962, three years after the state joined the United States. He was the longest serving sitting Senator and the second-longest serving senator in U.S. history.
Inouye's office confirmed the senator's passing to ABC News.
A decorated war hero who lost his arm in battle, in 2000 Inouye was awarded the Medal of Honor for his...Full Story