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Yushu Earthquake (2010)

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  • Japan's nuclear crisis widens

    Japan's nuclear crisis widens
    A fresh explosion rocked a crippled nuclear complex as rescuers from around the world converged on Japan's devastated earthquake zone, searching for survivors and ministering to the sick and hungry. With the death toll expected to ultimately reach the...
  • Residents of Japan quake region wonder where the government is

    Residents of Japan quake region wonder where the government is
    There may be radioactive particles wafting out of the sky, but Masahiro Hamaguchi has a more pedestrian concern about the air around him: the dribble of cold, wet snow. A week after the deadly earthquake and even deadlier tsunami that have devastated...
  • Dream home: Estate of zen

    Dream home: Estate of zen
    The approach from the long, circular driveway reveals Dick and Susan Wolven's brick home is unmistakably Georgian in style. Just beyond the front door, however, the interior design and furnishings are a celebration of everything Asian, is a reflection of...
  • After three years, VP role suits Biden

    He squared up against a 250-pound, barely-clothed Mongol wrestler, accepted as a gift a handsome brown horse that he named Celtic, and marveled at the logic-defying contortions of a physical performer balancing herself by her teeth. Mongolia, the...
  • In New Zealand, a centerpiece becomes a tomb

    Veteran television producer Rob Cope-Williams was out in the field Tuesday, working on his weekly farm report, downing a lunch of French fries and a pint of beer at a countryside hotel, when he felt the jolt. He and his crew figured it was just another...
  • S.F. Chinese restaurant known for 'world's rudest waiter' closes

     
    Sam Wo Restaurant, a San Francisco institution known for having the "world's rudest waiter" closed its doors on Friday. Its decaying architecture, fluorescent lighting and kitchen prep sink wedged next to a toilet have served as fodder for ribbing by........
  • Monster Mash: Detroit Symphony's first concert since strike; artists in Hong Kong rally for Ai Weiwei

     
    It's back to work for Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians...
  • Worldwide sit-in planned in support of detained Chinese artist Ai Weiwei

     
    Supporters of Ai Weiwei call for peaceful demonstration on Sunday...
  • Scott Pelley: A new anchor who will lead at CBS

     
    CBS News Tuesday made it official and named Scott Pelley anchor and managing editor of the "CBS Evening News."I covered Pelley in the 1980s in Dallas when he was a star reporter at WFAA-TV's outstanding news operation and I was the TV critic/columnist for...
  • Albert Brooks on his new futuristic novel: I wanted it to read like a news story

     
    It’s hard not to argue, with only the smallest apology to Larry David, that Albert Brooks has the most distinct comic voice of his generation. When we were talking the other day, just after the announcement that Osama bin Laden......
  • Gay Asian group offers minorities a network

     
    Asians & Friends Chicago is known for hosting events that are anything but boring, and this year’s AFC gay pride event, which includes green fairies and “Pink Underwear," is no exception....