Shinzo Abe is desperate to rescue his failing economic program, but he still hasn't done what's necessary
TOKYO — The death toll after a volcano erupted in Japan looked certain to rise to 36 on Monday after rescuers found five more bodies on the ash-covered mountain,...
An accidental stock order ran in the hundreds of billions of dollars
53 percent of Chinese respondents expect war to break out between the two countries before the end of the decade, a new survey found
Studio’s board reportedly met last week to consider the $3.4 billion bid
The buns, cheese and ketchup are black
The slaughter made infamous in the Oscar-winning 2009 documentary The Cove is still happening
Sadly, it's not edible
No one's surprised that Microsoft's latest game console isn't doing so hot in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Japan's Prime Minister makes an explicit connection between China's territorial ambitions in the South and East China seas and Japan's ability to defend itself...
More than 60 companies used American POW labor in World War II. Only one has apologized
The two Asian leaders are looking to strengthen ties during their meetings in Japan to counter a rising China
Tokyo changes textbooks to emphasize claims to disputed islands
The biggest increase in defense spending in 22 years is the latest signal that Japan is getting serious about bolstering its defenses in the face of a rising...
Tokyo and New Delhi are cosying up, reflecting a shared desire to keep Beijing's growing might in check
Japan Airlines grounded one of its Dreamliner jets after "white smoke" began streaming from the battery system during a pre-departure check-up. The airline said...
South Korean troops request 10,000 rounds of 5.56-mm ammunition despite an increasingly fractious relationship between East Asian neighbors
An estimated $7 billion spending spree will bring 14 new coal- and gas-fired plants online by next year
(TOKYO) — Japan asked the U.S. military not to fly its Japan-based HH-60 helicopters until it determines why one crashed at a U.S. base on the southern island of...
Abenomics hasn’t gone far enough to fix what ails the world’s third largest economy