There may be a city that’s even more sleep deprived than “the city that never sleeps.”
When it comes to overall health, we could learn a thing or two from other countries. Many of these nations trump the US in life expectancy.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
A Japanese entrepreneur is targeting an underserved corner of the tourism market: quiet, fluffy travelers.
Celebrate the culture of Japan against a backdrop of gorgeous flowers at this year’s Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival.
Chris recounts his Memorial Day Weekend and responds to MSNBC’s Chris Hayes views on heroism. He talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on a special edition of the Monday Morning Matchup, former head of ABC News, David Westin, about his new book, Exit Interview, and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about the injuries to Roy Halladay and Carlos Ruiz.
To mark the one year anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, a Temple University professor collaborated to create a song and animated video to encourage those who are still dealing with its aftermath.
Devastating images of towns in ruins are still reminders of last years earthquake and tsunami that hit the Northeast coast of Japan. Sunday marks the one year anniversary.
Japan has won the Women’s World Cup, stunning the United States 3-1 in a penalty shootout Sunday night after coming from behind twice in a 2-2 tie.
Earlier this week, Honda Motor Company warned U.S. dealers that it will run short of popular models like the Civic because of parts shortages caused by Japan’s March 11th earthquake.
Toyota says its manufacturing operations won’t be back to normal until the end of this year, because of last month’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
As the struggle continues in Japan, debate is underway about the future of nuclear power here.
Dr. Uli Rodeck, professor of dermatology and radiation oncology at Thomas Jefferson Univeristy Hospital, has received a federal grant to test several drugs that would treat radiation exposure.
Linda Hasunuma, an assistant professor of government at Franklin and Marshall College, says it could take take a long time for life in Japan to return to normal.
There is high anxiety in Japan over the safety of their water and food supplies, amid the prolonged nuclear power plant crisis.