Updates from the latest developments following Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
The high price of plane tickets out of Japan is keeping a Detroit man from returning home.
A suspected breach in the core at one reactor at a stricken Fukushima nuclear plant could mean more serious radioactive contamination, Japanese officials
Shops across Tokyo began rationing goods - milk, toilet paper, rice and water - as a run on bottled water coupled with delivery disruptions left shelves bare
Toyota Motor Corporation says it's likely that there will be some production halts at its North American plants due to disruptions in the supply of vehicle
Japan's government said the cost of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the northeast could reach $309 billion, making it the world's costliest natural
Those in search of the dead go to Natori's bowling alley, walking up the cracked concrete steps and through the glass door. "Enjoy Coca-Cola," says a neon sign
Police officials estimate that the toll from Japan's massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami will exceed 18,000 deaths.
Customs and Border Patrol Agents are increasing their monitoring for elevated radiation levels because of the nuclear crisis in Japan. Meanwhile, auto company
Japan reached out Friday to the U.S. for help in stabilizing its overheated, radiation-leaking nuclear complex, while the U.N. atomic energy chief called the
President Barack Obama says Americans are heartbroken over the disaster in Japan and are confident the country will rebuild.
The elderly couple fled their home on foot as the warning sirens blared. But they could not keep up with their neighbors and fell behind as the tsunami rushed
The United States has authorized the first evacuations of Americans out of Japan, taking a tougher stand on the deepening nuclear crisis and warning U.S.
The possibility of radiation contamination is rattling nerves in Japan, causing some to book flights home.
Australia, Britain and Germany advised their citizens in Japan on Wednesday to consider leaving Tokyo and earthquake-affected areas, joining a growing number
Japan ordered emergency workers to withdraw from its stricken nuclear complex Wednesday amid a surge in radiation, temporarily suspending efforts to cool the