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  • World War II veterans show pride with 'Go for Broke' Rose Parade float

    In a frigid barn near the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, members of the Japanese American community looked on with pride Sunday as four of five World War II veterans riding in the 126th Rose Parade each placed a flower on the "Go for Broke" float. Among the...
  • Police: Clanging pots mistaken for shots at Chicago Ridge Mall

    Police: Clanging pots mistaken for shots at Chicago Ridge Mall
    It may have sounded like gunfire, but what caused hundreds of people to scatter at Chicago Ridge Mall over the weekend was apparently the sharp clang of pots or lids at a restaurant, according to police. Chicago Ridge police Chief Robert Pyznarski said...
  • Tsunami survivors ride Rose Parade float showing U.S.-Japan friendship

    Tsunami survivors ride Rose Parade float showing U.S.-Japan friendship
    Even three years later, high school student Yui Karino can't think about Japan's 2011 tsunami without bursting into tears. The massive undersea earthquake that sent towering black waves into her town engulfed the local elementary school, carrying away her...
  • A framework for resolving Japan-China dispute over islands

    How to make sense of the dispute between Japan and China over some half a dozen uninhabited islets in the East China Sea known as the Diaoyu to the Chinese and the Senkaku to the Japanese? ------------ FOR THE RECORD: In a Nov. 30 OpEd about...
  • James Gibney: Jolie's 'Unbroken' tells half of Japan's war story

    In the just-released film "Unbroken," as in real life, U.S. Army Air Corps Lt. Louis Zamperini was beaten, starved and forced to work as a slave laborer by his Japanese captors. Things could have been worse. Like some other war prisoners held by the...
  • Rutter: Now we remember but without the anger of 1941

    By the time my Old Man fell asleep never to reawaken, he had lost his anger with the Japanese. To be specific, this was the Japan of 1941 that had riled him. He sort of hated the entire nation from the emperor on down. He had hated sampans and saki. He...
  • Stocks soar on upbeat job-growth news

    U.S. stocks soared close to the symbolic 18,000-point threshold on news of much higher-than-expected job growth last month, underscoring the nation's strengthening economy. Major equity indexes worldwide also shot up as investors bet that the American...
  • Pyeongchang Games could include events in Japan

    Pyeongchang Games could include events in Japan
    MONACO -- Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics organizers and two international federations are discussing the possibility of moving some sliding competitions from the South Korean city to Japan, sources within the Olympic movement said on Saturday....
  • Falling oil prices, weak global economy weigh on stocks

    NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fell Monday as oil prices turned sharply lower and spooked investors into dumping shares of drillers and other energy-service companies. The drop in oil weighed on stocks from the start of trading. Weak trade figures out...
  • Strict new Japan secrets law to take effect amid protests

    Strict new Japan secrets law to take effect amid protests
    Waving banners and beating drums, hundreds of Japanese took to the streets of Tokyo to protest a strict new state-secrets law taking effect on Wednesday that critics charge will help conceal government misdeeds and limit press freedom. The government of...
  • WWII prisoner of war receives apologies during visit to Japan

    WWII prisoner of war receives apologies during visit to Japan
    Darrell Stark, age 92, of Stafford Springs, recently met with U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney (D-2) to talk about his recent trip to Japan. Stark and six other former prisoners of war held by Japan during World War II made the journey as guests of the Japanese...