Monday, March 14, 2011

Devastated Japan Still Reeling From Disaster

Devastated Japan Still Reeling From Disaster

A devastated Japan was struggling to cope Monday in the wake of last week's earthquake and tsunami that have wreaked destruction on the country's northeast coast. (March 14)

Raw Video: U.S. Military Brings Quake Relief

Raw Video: U.S. Military Brings Quake Relief


Aid to quake-ravaged Japan is starting to come in thanks to the U.S. military. A helicopter from an aircraft carrier off the coast of Japan airlifts supplies to the country's interior. (March 14)


Raw Video: Japan's Devastation From Ground Level

Raw Video: Japan's Devastation From Ground Level

New video from Japan is showing the extent of the devastation from cities obliterated by both the quake and the following Tsunami. (March 14)

Broken Budgets: States Cut Mental Care

Broken Budgets: States Cut Mental Care



In recent years, state lawmakers have cut billions of dollars from agencies offering mental health services. Colorado mother Sandra Roskilly worries about her autistic son's future if he doesn't receive the proper care. (March 14)

Obama 'Heartbroken' Over Japan Devastation

Obama 'Heartbroken' Over Japan Devastation





Obama pledges the United States 'will stand with the people of Japan' in difficult days ahead. (March 14)

Tsunami Arrives, People Flee

Tsunami Arrives, People Flee

Amateur video captures the force of the tsunami's arrival in Japan. The waves devastate entire blocks in Miyagi Prefecture, with some residents narrowly escaping, as captured by this photographer. (March 14)


Fuel Rods Exposed at Japan Nuke Plant

Fuel Rods Exposed at Japan Nuke Plant

There's been more trouble at Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant. With cooling systems down, fuel rods have been exposed at the facility's Unit 2 reactor, and there was an explosion at Unit 3. (March 14

Devastation in Japan

Devastation in Japan

Stunning images of the aftermath of the tsunami in Japan, which has claimed thousands of lives and triggered a nuclear crisis. (March 14


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