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Fight for New Cigarette Substitute Heats Up Japan: QuickTake Q&A

Big tobacco has a new hope: the fast-growing trade in heat-not-burn products. Faced with long-term declines in smoking and stricter policies on tobacco use and sales across the globe, companies have been counting on e-cigarettes to keep business up. Some consumers, however, say vaporized nicotine do

  


The Knives Are Out for South Korea’s Robber Barons

Business clans have dominated the country's economy for decades — but their time may finally be up.

  


China sails into disputed waters, prompting protest by Japan

Four China Coast Guard boats sailed into Japanese territorial waters in the East China Sea Saturday, further inflaming long-simmering tensions between the two countries.

  


China's Imports From North Korea Slump in May After Coal Ban

China’s imports from North Korea dropped almost 32 percent in May to $123.75 million from a year earlier, after the world’s second-largest economy stopped buying coal from the regime in February in response to Pyongyang’s nuclear program.

  


Champagne for final World War II survivor found

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - In 2005, home from a combat tour in Iraq, Nathan Hall spotted a familiar pin while looking through his grandfather's memorabilia. It was the crest of the 147th Field Artillery Regiment. Hall, a combat medic, had been in Iraq with the 147th. "I kind of ...

  


Maritime Mystery: Why a U.S. Destroyer Failed to Dodge a Cargo Ship

Lookouts and radar operators on the destroyer Fitzgerald should have spotted the freighter it collided with, and the captain should have been wakened.

  


Investigators obtain data recorder in US warship collision

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese authorities said Thursday they have obtained a data recording device from a container ship to help determine why it collided with a U.S. destroyer, killing seven American sailors.

  


US Navy to hold Japan memorial for sailors killed in crash

The US navy said Friday it will hold a memorial ceremony for seven sailors killed when their destroyer collided with a container ship off Japan's coast last weekend. The service will be held on Tuesday at the naval base in Yokosuka, southwest of Tokyo, where the badly damaged destroyer USS Fitzgera

  


Art Review: From Cuba, a Stolen Myth

There is nothing simple about the work of Belkis Ayón, a printmaker who drew her inspiration from the Abaquá, a secret male society with an origin story based on female betrayal.

  


Europe and Japan Near Trade Deal as U.S. Takes Protectionist Path

The European Union and Japan are close to an agreement that would bring together two giants encompassing a quarter of the world’s economy.

  


Mattis, Tillerson Slam North Korea After Warmbier Death

Senior U.S. officials are still trying to get China to help rein in the Hermit Kingdom.

  


Funding for early warning earthquake system in jeopardy

  


TROUBLED WATERS? Report: Navy sailor faces court martial after hiding

  


Missing Navy sailor found in ship's engine room reportedly faces court-martial

  


Mao Kobayashi: Japanese cancer blogger dies at 34

Mao Kobayashi, a former newsreader, found legions of admirers after chronicling her battle online.

  


U.S. missile defense test over Pacific fails

  


Japan, U.S. Fail to Shoot Down Dummy Missile in Test

Japan and the U.S. failed to shoot down a dummy ballistic missile in a test off Hawaii, just as Japan’s Defense Ministry is reportedly moving toward investing in a land-based version of the same missile defense system.

  


US, Japan missile interception test fails

A US and Japanese missile test conducted in Hawaii missed its target, but both militaries stopped short of calling it a failure.

  


North Korea tests new missile engine, US officials say

It is thought to be part of efforts towards building a missile capable of reaching the US mainland.

  


Japan, U.S. Fail to Shoot Down Dummy Ballistic Missile in Test

Japan and the U.S. failed to shoot down a dummy ballistic missile in a test off Hawaii, just as Japan’s Defense Ministry is reportedly moving toward investing in a land-based version of the same missile defense system.

  


What do young Indians think of Donald Trump?

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to meet US President Donald Trump for the first time on Monday.

  


Man invents tsunami sensor, internet obsesses over his dog

This pensive dog upstaged his owner and wasn't even aware of it. SEE ALSO: Friendly island doggo followed a street view mapper and photobombed all his shots Inventor Jerry Paros posed for a photograph for an article in the publication Nature about his invention — an ultra precise quartz sen

  


New details emerge in US destroyer collision investigation

Five of the seven Navy sailors who died aboard the USS Fitzgerald when it collided with a cargo ship off the east coast of Japan may have been almost instantly "incapacitated" and died quickly, according to a very preliminary Navy analysis, a defense official told CNN.

  


Intercept attempt fails in missile defense test off Hawaii

HONOLULU (AP) - The U.S. Missile Defense Agency says it failed to intercept a ballistic missile during a test off Hawaii. The agency said in a statement Wednesday the failure came during a test conducted with Japan's Defense Ministry. The U.S. and Japan are jointly developing the interceptor to shoo

  


First-class for $76? But how?

  


AP Newsbreak: US, EU urge China to limit food import control

BEIJING (AP) -- Food exporters including the United States and European Union are stepping up pressure on China to scale back plans for intensive inspections of imports that they say would hamper access to its fast-growing market....

  


Trump's travel ban is built on a law meant to 'protect' the U.S. from Jews and communists

Let's look at the history.

  


Trump: I don't want a 'poor person' advising on economics

President Trump said that his administration would soon be looking to create a new statute that would prevent immigrants from receiving welfare for at least five years after coming to the US.

  


Foxconn founder: US investment agreement expected by August

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) - The chairman of Taiwan's Foxconn, which assembles Apple's iPhones and other consumer electronics, said Thursday it expects to release investment plans by early August for at least three U.S. states following its announcement it would spend up to $7 billion to build a factory in

  


Son WhatsApps dad as ship compartment floods

Darrold Martin, whose son Xavier Martin was killed aboard the USS Fitzgerald, speaks to CNN's Brooke Baldwin about their bond.

  


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