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Even areas with extremely low radiation levels, are finding everything from their goods to their tourist spots shunned.
The nuclear plant operator may be "too big to fail," but that doesn't mean it won't.
An eerie stillness permeates the 12-mile evacuation zone, punctuated by subtle signs of life.
Huge aftershock strikes as economists begin to assess disaster's economic fallout.
Authorities fear for the safety of the TEPCO executives whose addresses were posted to the internet.
The students and teachers at Ookawa school knew what to do when the tsunami warning sounded. But they never thought it would happen to them.
Recovering bodies and planning for an uncertain existence are top priorities in northeast Japan.
A bit of good news, even as the death toll from Japan's double-whammy disaster reaches more than 8,000.
The mood is grim at the Ochiai Sports Center in Yamagata City.
Dozens of daily aftershocks jolt the normally quake-hardened people of Yamagata.
With potential shortages of oil, the horrific events in Japan likely to shake financial markets.
Japan’s sixth leader in four years? Tensions rise with China. U.S. POWs get apology. Economy grows but yen rises. Even more missing centenarians. And some real monkey business.
In the city with the most Michelin stars, how to eat sumptuously at any price.
All eyes are on outspoken finance minister Naoto Kan.
New worries grip the world's second largest economy. Here's what you need to know.
Analysis: Killings are down. So why is anxiety up?
A high-profile court case against two Greenpeace activists kicks off in Japan.
Two internet leaks. Ongoing spats with China and Russia. Lay judges choose life. Toyota returns to black. The price of the yen. Where can honest gangsters keep their money? More policemen behaving badly with cameras.
One in six Japanese are now poor. The new government has vowed to tackle the problem, but how?
Democratic Party of Japan crushes Taro Aso's Liberal Democratic Party