September will never not mean back to school, and back to the stacks of serious literary fiction. Which is not to say that the books on offer this season are the eat-your-vegetables answer to ...
A lavish, taxpayer-funded funeral for Japanese former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has triggered a public backlash against the ruling party he led for years. Some opposition lawmakers are boycotting ...
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A man set himself on fire near the Japanese prime minister's office on Wednesday in an apparent protest at the government's decision to hold a state funeral for former premier Shinzo Abe, who was ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card, and neither is saving money, if you know where to look. People who grew up watching “Arthur” may remember the song ...
Vice President Kamala Harris attended the funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Tuesday as dignitaries gathered for a controversial state event to honor Abe. Abe was ...
TOKYO — Even as world leaders gathered in Tokyo for the funeral of assassinated former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday, there were protests against the lavish proceedings. Vice ...
Several hundred protesters have demanded the cancellation of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s state funeral as they shouted slogans and waved banners in a Tokyo park TOKYO -- Several ...
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was busy on Sept. 26 greeting senior officials from overseas countries who flew to Japan to attend a funeral that a majority of surveyed Japanese say should be canceled.
No one listened better than Studs. For those of you old enough to remember, that's Studs Terkel, of course. The most notable thing about him in person, though, was this: the greatest interviewer ...
As world leaders arrive in Japan for state funeral, revelations about ruling party’s ties to church founded by the late Rev. Moon Sun-myung weaken Prime Minister Fumio Kishida People and ...
A man was taken to hospital unconscious after apparently setting himself on fire near the office of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday, local media said. Initial details about the ...
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