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Japan becomes the fifth country to soft land a spacecraft on the lunar surface, but the probe's lifespan could be limited by power problems.
Tony Rice, NASA Ambassador
Seismic energy released during a New Year's Day earthquake in Japan traveled across the surface and through the earth, registering on seismographs in North Carolina. WRAL's Dan Haggerty spoke with NASA ambassador Tony Rice to break it all down.
Seismic energy released during an earthquake travels across the surface of and through the earth, registering on seismographs.
Tony Rice, NASA Ambassador
A hot spring facility in Yokohama, southeast of central Tokyo, offers citrus bath to visitors today, this year's winter solstice in the northern hemisphere
New York (CNN) — U.S. Steel has agreed to be bought by Nippon Steel, Japan’s largest steelmaker, in a $14.1 billion deal.
By Chris Isidore, CNN
At least one person was killed Wednesday after a US military Osprey aircraft crashed off the coast of Japan's Yakushima Island in southern Kagoshima prefecture, according to a spokesperson from the Japan Coast Guard.
Gov. Roy Cooper and other state officials met with Japanese business and political leaders this week to discuss the state’s partnership with the Asian nation and its businesses.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is set to return to Japan next week. He'll be joined by state officials and economic development leaders who are hoping to promote global investment in the state. Dan Haggerty spoke with Lee Lilly, the Director of Economic and Pandemic Recovery, about what the governor will discuss.
A North Carolina delegation will attend the Southeastern United States/Japan Economic Development Conference, which is scheduled to come to Charlotte next year.
Travis Fain, WRAL state government reporter
Japan airlines' Disney-themed flight has made its debut, marking Tokyo Disney Resort's 40th anniversary.
During a trip to Asia for the G7 summit in May, President Joe Biden took credit for improving ties with three allies in the region: Australia, India and Japan.
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporters
A geyser is shooting water into the sky near a shrine in the northernmost part of Japan.
Japan's NHK television says former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has died after being shot during a campaign speech.
A new island has been formed after a major undersea eruption occurred near Iwo Jima, part of the Ogasawara Islands in southern Tokyo.
Dozens are feared missing and at least three are dead as crews continue searching homes after a mudslide impacted a coastal Japanese resort down.
Japan's medical system is on the brink of collapse ahead of the summer Olympic games, as hospitals fill and cases rise, with no end in sight.
Japan is considering using robots to increase the number of COVID-19 tests ahead of the Olympics.
A Japanese venture operation has acquired a stake in the Tokyo subsidiary of Wilmington's nCino. The company wants to transform world banking via its cloud-based bank operating system.
A capsule containing asteroid samples collected by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency returns to Earth.
A worker at one of the biggest convenience store chains in Japan doesn't need a lunch break or oxygen.
Tokyo-based Skydrive released video yesterday showing the short test flight. It said the test flight was held earlier this month and the vehicle was airborne for around four minutes at a test site in central Japan.
TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan said on Friday that he was resigning because of ill health, thrusting his country, during a global pandemic, into a new period of political uncertainty after a record-setting tenure that provided unaccustomed stability at the top.
Motoko Rich, New York Times
The rings will return in Decembers when Japan heads into the final stretch of preparations for the rescheduled Summer Olympics.
Heavy flooding causes deaths, widespread destruction, as rainstorm strikes western Japan.