An 83-year old woman who lived alone in the town of Ishinomaki, Japan, escaped the tsunami by fleeing on her bicycle.
In times of distress, its only natural for your thoughts to go to your loved ones.
When the quake struck, it damaged four power plants on Japan’s east coast. Three have been stabilized, but the situation at Fukushima-Daiichi has deteriorated, sparking fear of a full-fledged nuclear meltdown. Here’s the latest.
Early Tuesday morning, problems at the plagued Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant only worsened as the fear of radiation leaks became frighteningly real.
There are still serious concerns about potential fallout from Japan’s damaged nuclear power plants. NewsFeed has the latest.
Less than a month ago, Japanese rescue teams were deployed to quake-ravaged Christchurch, New Zealand. Today, New Zealand — and many others — will return the favor.
Last month, an albatross showed up in the middle of nowhere near Hawaii. She was raising a chick she had just hatched – proving that motherhood never stops, even when you’re 60 years old. (via Ecocentric)
Japan was struck by a 8.9 earthquake off the northeastern coast of the island on Friday afternoon at 2:46 P.M. local time. Initially reported as a weaker earthquake, buildings in Tokyo shook for several minutes.
If you’ve got to sell something, just let Mad Men do all the talking.
China is closing Tibet to foreign visitors ahead of the three-year anniversary of anti-government protests in western China.
NewsFeed supposes it’s determination if you’re willing to spend a little bit of time in a stinky, nauseating and sometimes claustrophobic airplane bathroom to get to nearly a quarter of a million dollars.