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Have you checked the fuse panel located under the hood? Hondas typically have several large amperage fuses in this fuse block that could cause the total power loss that you decribed. The hazard lights may be wired separately as a safety precaution (i.e.--not leaving you on the side of the road without hazard lights).
A fuse will only blow if there is too much current draw. It is likely that there is an intermittent short in the wiring for the brake circuit. Do you tow any trailers with lights connected up? They are common for having bad wiring, causing fuses to blow. If not, a auto electrician will need to check the current draw for the brake light system, a quick and easy job, to find out if there is a fault present all the time or just intermittently. Intermittent wiring faults can be very time consuming (read expensive) to find.