The Diet remains divided by the abdication issue after political parties hold separate hearings with the heads of both chambers.
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Admittedly not where they want to be in the standings, the Detroit Red Wings still have plenty of fight left. That much was evident this weekend with back-to-back wins against two of the NHL’s best teams. Tomas Tatar and Thomas Vanek scored early third-period goals to lead the Red Wings to a 5-2 victory against […]
Ski jumping supernova Sara Takanashi is hoping to create another special memory in Lahti, Finland, as she aims for her first gold medal at the Nordic Ski World Championships starting on Wednesday. Takanashi, who last week scored the 53rd World Cup win of her career to tie Austrian Gregor Schlierenzauer’s all-time record, secured her third […]
An effective response to North Korea demands a clear understanding of the forces driving Pyongyang's behavior.
The assassination last week of Kim Jong Nam, the older half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, puts a human face on the wrongdoings of the Pyongyang government.
It's wrong for the U.S. to dictate Japan's monetary policy.
A poll on European attitudes toward immigration, Islam and terrorism, shows that a majority of Europeans don't want any more Muslim immigration.
The maturing of the market economy has eliminated the ability to control the economy by way of fiscal and monetary policies.
Recent moves by the Trump administration toward a more traditional China policy are welcome, but not enough to meet the challenge from Beijing.
The Industrial Revolution brought significant problems along the way. Automation probably won't be different, and that's exactly why we should be concerned.
An idea that might be the solution to runaway populism has suddenly gone mainstream.
The dollar cut its early loss to move slightly above ¥113 in late Tokyo trading on Monday, while its topside was capped due to a dearth of fresh buying incentives. At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at ¥113.14-15, down from ¥113.42-42 at the same time Friday. The euro was at $1.0615-0616, down from $1.0654-0655, and […]
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