We know that Lady Gaga was born this way, but she certainly wasn’t meant to be heard this way.
The U.S. and several other countries have started to arrange the voluntary evacuation of government personnel in Tokyo and areas of northern Japan hardest hit by the earthquake, tsunami and radiation leaks.
An 83-year old woman who lived alone in the town of Ishinomaki, Japan, escaped the tsunami by fleeing on her bicycle.
America’s arguably most prominent Muslim wrote a letter to the spiritual and political leader of Iran requesting the release of two American hikers captured in 2009.
Any possible awkwardness at the most famous address in the world can now be ended: President Barack Obama isn’t the only person writing books there any longer.
What do you give the couple that has everything?
“I screamed, and my host parents woke up and they thought it was really bad,” said Akiko Kosaka. “They asked what happened. And I said, ‘They survived!'”
Don’t worry, beer-haters, there’s plenty of green beverages to go around.
In the misinformed belief that the iodine in table salt might help them escape the effects of radiation from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant, anxious shoppers across China are rushing to snap up the seasoning.
“Even though I am a little mischievous … 33 girls in two months seems like too much even for a 30-year-old.”
— SILVIO BERLUSCONI, Italian premier, on court documents for an upcoming trial which allege 33 women prostituted …
Japanese officials said Thursday local time that new power lines could restore electricity to the Fukushima plant, potentially easing the ongoing nuclear crisis.