3 Dead, Dozens Injured By Quake In Osaka A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan on Monday morning, killing at least three people and injuring dozens.
A's, Mariners To Play 2019 MLB Opener In JapanThe Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners will play an opening two-game series in Tokyo on March 20 and 21, the fifth time Major League Baseball will start its season in Japan.
San Jose City Leaders Divided Over Trip To Japan Paid For By TaxpayersSan Jose city leaders are divided over a recent trip to Japan that was paid with taxpayers' money.
Japanese Psych Powerhouse Returns To San FranciscoDealing out mind-altering sounds for over two decades, Japanese experimental rock outfit Acid Mothers Temple brings its other worldly live show to the Chapel in San Francisco Sunday night.
United Flies Kansas-Bound Dog To Japan By MistakeUnited Airlines says it's investigating after mistakenly flying a Kansas family's dog to Japan.
Doctors Find Surgical Sponges Left In Woman For At Least 6 YearsAccording to a Feb. 21 report, the 42-year-old woman went to doctors after experiencing bloating in her lower abdomen for three years.
Japanese Prog-Punk Band Tops Bill At ParksideReunited experimental Japanese trio Green Milk from the Planet Orange brings it's psychotic mix of progressive rock and punk to Thee Parkside in San Francisco Thursday night, topping a high-powered four band bill.
YouTube Star Apologizes For Showing Video Of Apparent Suicide Victim"I should have never posted the video," said the social media star, his voice thick with emotion.
Company Apologizes After Train In Japan Leaves 20 Seconds EarlyThe managers for the Tsukuba Express blamed the train's crew for not strictly checking the clock before taking off.
Uber Moves Forward With Massive Investment From Japan's SoftBankUber has raised billions in capital since its founding, but a new investment deal could be its most crucial yet -- and also its most complicated.
Sea Critters From Japan Hitchhike To West Coast On Plastic Tsunami DebrisNearly 300 species of fish, mussels and other sea critters arrived in U.S. after hitchhiking across Pacific on 2011 Japanese tsunami debris.
NORAD: North Korea Missile No Threat To U.S.South Korea's military says North Korea fired a ballistic missile from its capital Pyongyang toward the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.