Hisako Koyama's lifelong passion for the glimmering sky and her meticulous sunspot drawings shaped the modern field of space weather.
By Rashmi Shivni
By PBS NewsHour
A man killed more than a dozen people early Tuesday morning at a Japanese facility for the disabled.
By News Desk
TOKYO -- As trade negotiators struggled to overcome their differences, President Barack Obama on Thursday rejected suggestions that an Asia-Pacific trade deal is in danger and urged the U.S. and Japan to take bold steps to complete an agreement that…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
By Kayla Ruble
PBS NewsHour is following the news of the day, from trapped miners in South Africa to amnesty offers in Ukraine.
Cities are create micro-apartments for single living, smaller that previous laws allowed.
Fukushima's Food Fallout: Testing Groceries for Radiation in Japan…
In Japan, foreign governments are evacuating their citizens from the area of the Fukushima nuclear plant, as the Japanese military works to douse the facility with tons of water to prevent a nuclear reactor meltdown.
In other news Wednesday, the Tokyo stock market rebounded, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced new national limits on mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants.
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