The fifth annual Con-Nichiwa anime convention is settling into some bigger digs this year.
A bacterial disease called “early mortality syndrome” has become a multibillion-dollar problem for the global shrimp-farming industry in the last year or so.
Tucson-based Cancer Prevention Pharmaceuticals Inc. has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with a Swiss drug company for European and Japanese rights to develop and commercialize a gastrointestinal-cancer-prevention drug.
Oscar Wilde once famously said the optimist sees the doughnut, and the pessimist sees the hole. Contemporary Washington is fixated on the holes even as doughnuts are arriving by the dozen.
Entrepreneur T Martin Bennett retired early to indulge his passion — telling the story of Mitsuo Fuchida, the Japanese pilot who led the attack on Pearl Harbor, then settled in the U.S. and became a Christian evangelist.
The Japanese made Interplanetary Explorer robot sold for $22,800 recently at Morphy Auctions.
From France to Japan and between, the aquarium is a fun spot to be in September.
Rosemont Copper has signed a letter with a dozen international banks that shows it is close to getting financing to build the $1.22 billion Rosemont Mine project, its Canadian parent company says.
This is an aerial view of the remains of the city of Hiroshima, Japan, Sept. 5, 1945, one month after the atomic bomb was dropped on it. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)
This desolated area, with only some buildings standing here and there is what was left of Hiroshima, Japan, Sept. 3, 1945 after the first atomic bomb was dropped. (AP Photo)
NEW YORK — Bird poop for beauty?
SAN DIEGO — A U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey aircraft made an unprecedented landing Friday on a Japanese naval vessel off the California coast.
Landing signal officers watch as a U.S. Navy electronic warfare plane, an EA-18G Growler, does touch-and-go landing training on Iwo Jima, now called Ioto. Navy officials say the island is not up to Navy safety standards and that a new site is needed.
Dog tags hang from a memorial on the top of Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, the site of one of the most famous battles of World War II. The island is inhabited only by the military, and would be ideal for pilot training except there is no alternate landing strip.
Rusting remains of WWII ships are seen on the coast of Iwo Jima. The U.S. Navy is conducting training on the island for pilots on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington.
A rusted gun inside an emplacement above Invasion Beach on Iwo Jima is a reminder of the WWII battle, which left nearly 22,000 Japanese and 6,800 Americans dead.
IOTO, Japan - Iwo Jima is a training site like no other. The rugged volcanic crag was one of the most iconic battlegrounds of World War II, and is so isolated and barren it has almost never been inhabited by anyone other than military troops. But from the perspective of U.S. Navy fighter pil…
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan expected a sharp debate at home when he said his country wanted to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. He may not have anticipated a sharp debate in the United States.
The Dow Jones industrial average often makes headlines. But let's not forget everything else that happened as the Dow has twisted and turned Ñ from The Muppets suing Mickey Mouse to John McCain meeting Joe the Plumber.
The federal government grounded Boeing's newest and most technologically advanced jetliner Wednesday, declaring that the 787 cannot fly again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.