Pittman: North Korea Suffers From Projectile Dysfunction
The day after North Korean leader Kim Jung-Un promised to destroy the United States in a nuclear fire, the nation fired a missile from their east coast within the city of Wonsan and it exploded seconds after launch. This highly visible failure in the spotlight of the world is thought to be an extrem…
Barry Richard – Retiring Outside Of The U.S.? Many Have
Many people who near retirement age begin to think about how they might like to live out their "golden years," and where. Ever think about retiring to another country? A lot of folks have.
According to the Social Security Administration 17 percent of those who retired between 2010 a…
Japan Urges Stockpiling Of Toilet Paper
A message Japan began delivering Monday is a bit unusual, but true enough: Don’t wait until it’s too late to think about toilet paper.
The government and paper companies kicked off a ‘‘Let’s stockpile toilet paper!’&CloseCurl…
Cybercrime Big Drain On Global Economy
A new study says cybercrime costs the global economy almost half-a-trillion dollars a year.
The study, co-sponsored by security software company McAfee, says losses to the United States, China, Japan and Germany totaled 200-billion dollars in 2013...
Tokyo Governor Vows 2020 Olympics Will Boost Japan
Tokyo's governor has returned from the IOC vote, promising that the 2020 Olympics will be a sports success and an economic boost to the nation.
Thousands of Tokyo residents crowded the plaza in front of City Hall on Tuesday to welcome Gov...
Caroline Kennedy In Line For Ambassador Appointment
 Caroline Kennedy's next job may involve many trips to the Far East. 
The daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy is said to be a leading candidate to become President Obama's nominee as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan. 
Kennedy had previously considered continuing her family's role in public serv…

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