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An American father wants his children back. Japan says no.
Welcome to Taiji, Japan, home of the annual bottlenose dolphin slaughter.
Does Japan drive criminals insane? And execute them anyway? Amnesty International thinks so.
Expect big changes in the world's "most important bilateral relationship." Will it matter?
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US is key to countering Pyongyang's potential nuclear threat to Japan.
In Japan, America and beyond, ramen is much more than a noodle.
Analysis: Japan enjoys its first celebrity scandal of 2009. Enter the morality police.
Can Japanese scientists save a species, and that tasty sashimi on your plate?
Take a trip to Tokyo's Exciting Plaza Duo. You won't be alone.
It's as if the Yankees had smoked pot and beat up their farm team.
How a bizarre Cold War issue between Japan and North Korea is complicating U.S. policy.
And, if so, does it really matter for the reeling Japanese leader?
A 60-year-old dispute over a cold and sparsely populated island chain gets a new, and troubling, chapter.
As Japan's economy weakens, what are 80,000 gang members to do?