Clinton says she would “not allow” Kim Jong-un to develop a nuclear warhead, but experts say that will happen soon if it hasn’t already.
Seismic data shows a shallow 5.3 magnitude earthquake near the country’s usual nuclear test site.
In a rare video address to the Japanese public, the 82-year-old said he feared his deteriorating health is preventing him from carrying out his duties.
By Kayla Ruble
The 26-year-old suspect in the massacre had previously threatened to kill hundreds of disabled people "for the sake of Japan."
By Tess Owen
The suspected attacker reportedly turned himself in after a rampage at a facility for disabled people about 25 miles west of Tokyo.
By VICE News
A ban was imposed on June 6 after American personnel were implicated in a series of crimes and other incidents, heightening existing tension over the US military's ongoing presence in the country.
A missile launched toward Japan by the reclusive nation soared to new heights, achieving a technological advance after a series of failures.
The US and Japan agreed to close the same base in 1996 after three American military personnel raped a 12-year-old school girl. Plans to relocate, however, never came to fruition.
The Chinese observation ship shadowed the US aircraft carrier John C. Stennis in the Western Pacific on Wednesday as it joined warships from Japan and India for drills close to waters Beijing considers its backyard.
The ban comes after a series incidents involving American personnel that heightened longstanding resentment against the US military's presence in the country.
Yamato Tanooka's parents left him on the side of the road to punish him for throwing rocks at people and cars in a mountainous region in Japan — but when they came back for him a few minutes later, he was gone.
North Korea has yet to successfully launch the "Musudan" — an intermediate-range ballistic missile theoretically capable of traveling the distance to Japan or the US territory of Guam.
The US President laid a wreath at a memorial, talked about nuclear disarmament, and spoke with survivors, marking the first visit of an incumbent president to the site of the world's first atomic bombing.
By Ryan Faith
In the second of our three-part look at the F-35, we consider what new capabilities the ultra-expensive plane brings, and what it changes for US and allied strategy.
The bombing of Hiroshima was the first time that a nuclear weapon was ever used in war, and it killed between 60,000 and 80,000 people instantly.
By John Dyer
Japanese authorities raided the company's offices on Thursday after the automaker said it improperly conducted fuel efficiency tests.
A 7.3-magnitude struck there region overnight, just one day after a 6.2 earthquake forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes on the island of Kyushu.
By John Dyer
Societal changes, gang infighting, and reduced tolerance has eroded the power of Japan's famous crime syndicates. But their downturn has also unleashed an outpouring of violence.
By Matt Smith
Although condemned internationally, Japan renewed whaling in the Southern Ocean, killing 333 animals, including 200 pregnant females.
By John Dyer
Marine life has come back in force after the tsunami and nuclear accident of March 2011. But just because there's plenty of healthy-looking fish doesn't mean we can start eating them all.