Before and After: Japan Slowly Recovers From The Tsunami

Japan is slowly rebuilding after a devastating tsunami destroyed parts of the country earlier this year. A series of before and after pictures show how far Japan has come and how far it still has to go to rebuild its shattered country. [Denver Post]
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TEPCo President Resigns as Nuclear Crisis Continues

The first in what could become a long line of heads rolled as Masataka Shimizu, the embattled president of TEPCo, stepped down today. TEPCo also posted a $15 Billion loss. Bet he's glad he doesn't have to deal with that mess anymore. » 5/20/11 7:58pm 5/20/11 7:58pm

How Did This Boat Get On Top of a House? (Video)

This sightseeing boat, Hama Yuri, was pulled 1300 feet from the coast and somehow balanced itself on a two story house during the tsunami in Japan. Two months later, they finally pulled the boat off and have begun to dismantle it. » 5/11/11 3:50pm 5/11/11 3:50pm

The Ancient Japanese Tsunami Stones Kept Villagers Alive

A tiny village in Japan would've been wiped out by the tsunami had they erected their houses closer to the sea-views. However, they chose to abide by ancient tsunami-warning stones that carried the messages of their forefathers, and survived. Like an ancient message board. » 4/28/11 10:20am 4/28/11 10:20am

New Video Shows Tsunami Terror on Town That Lost Half its Residents

Click to view A video of Friday's horrific tsunami has come to light, showing some of the 95 per cent of the town of Minamisanriku that was wiped out. I will warn you, the video is deeply upsetting. » 3/15/11 7:15am 3/15/11 7:15am

A City in California Is the Tsunami Capital of the United States…

Since 1933, Crescent City, California, a small city south of the Oregon border, has been ravaged by 31 tsunamis, more than any other city in the United States. The tsunamis caused by Japan's earthquake were expected to hit hardest in Crescent City and actually ended up causing significant damage to boats in the harbor… » 3/11/11 3:40pm 3/11/11 3:40pm