How Autonomous And Electric Vehicles Will Keep The Tokyo 2020 Olympics Moving
Autonomous and electric vehicles will help move athletes, officials and media around the Tokyo metropolis in 2020, while other innovations will improve transport for visitors
Tokyo's New Olympic Stadium looks way more modest than the previous design
After ditching Zaha Hadid's wild design, Tokyo will be getting a much more modest Olympic stadium.
3 ways to help ensure the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are sustainable
Dr. Ruediger Kuehr, Director of United Nations University’s Sustainable Cycles Programme, describes progress toward a sustainable 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Here's What the New Year Looks Like in Sydney, Tokyo and Cities Around the World
Celebrations have already begun in countries like Samoa, Sydney, North Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Indonesia.
Report: Successful strategies from top education leaders
Education Week has released a report that highlights 16 education leaders implementing creative ideas in their own districts. "Leaders to Learn From" highlights strategies undertaken by leaders regarding school climate, curbing dropouts, improving services for students with special needs and improving parent participation. Among the leaders profiled is St. Paul, Minn., superintendent Valeria Silva, who has made major reforms to the district's approach to English-language learners.
A Guide to Tokyo, From an Outsider (and Insider)
The author, who once lived in Tokyo, shares some of her favorite spots, as well as her struggles with alienation in the city.
What To Expect The Public Will See From The Mueller Report
Many details about the so-called Mueller report remain speculative: when it will be delivered, what form it will take, what...
Reporting From the War Zone: Why Conflict Journalism Matters
While most news outlets have cut back on their foreign coverage, The Daily Signal has remained committed to covering the war in Ukraine.
Report Collects Government Spying Cases from 10 Countries
NEW YORK — A report released today aims to demonstrate the global negative consequences of unrestrained government surveillance, including crushing dissent, intimidating activists, and undermining the dignity of ordinary citizens.The report, “Surveillance and Democracy: Chilling Tales from Around the World,” is from the International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO). It includes comparative evaluations, recommendations, and case studies from 10 countries in the Americas, Africa, Asia…
7 Tips for Reporting Live Via Your Phone, From Anywhere
The ACLU's Peter Bibring on what people need to know before they start livestreaming.
Travel Tips from a Visit to Tokyo
Googling “off the beaten path” will never lead you “off the beaten path.”
Sen. Blackburn on what she expects from Horowitz report
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn reacts to impending DOJ watchdog report, next steps for impeachment.
11 Amazing Day Trips to Take From Tokyo
Once you've covered Tokyo's major sights and had your fill of its big city bustle, it's time to hop on a train and plan a day-long getaway. This is easy to do, thanks to Japan Railway's efficient network: There's a surprising variety of destinations within easy reach of the capital. In no time you can be in a completely different scene exploring temple towns, pottery villages, Zen-like gardens, tiny islands, and blissful beaches. Here are 11 enticing day trips to take from Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020: Lessons in management from Rio?
As the Rio Summer Olympics come to a close, the attention turns to preparations for Tokyo 2020. The BBC takes a look at areas where Tokyo could learn from Rio.
Views from Tokyo: Should Japan follow Canada and legalize recreational marijuana?
What do Tokyoites and tourists think of Canada legalizing pot for recreational use? Could or should it ever happen in Japan? SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL...
Effect of marijuana on Essential Tremor: A case report
Objective: Examine the effectiveness of THC marijuana versus non-THC marijuana on handwriting in Essential Tremor. Background: Essential tremor (ET) is a chronic movement disorder which can be quite debilitating. ET is often progressive, beginning as a mild visible tremor with little or no impact on activities of daily living (ADLs) but tends to increase in …
See the creative and amazing costumes from the 2019 Tokyo in Tulsa show
A 12th-year convention dedicated to Japanese culture and pop culture, Tokyo in Tulsa relocated this year from downtown Tulsa to Broken Arrow. The inaugural Broken Arrow show began Friday and
UnitedVoice: Touring Tokyo: Travel Tips From A Fashion Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur Rie Yano has lived all over the globe. She was born outside of Tokyo, educated in Mexico, and now works in New York. But compared to all the cities she’s seen, she says, Tokyo offers an experience like no other.
Firespring for Nonprofits : FREE RESEARCH REPORT : 5 Facts: What Constituents Want from Your...
This 2-minute video gives you the basics of what constituents are looking for in a nonprofit website. To get the full research report, complete the form below. You'll learn: Critical rules of thumb for effective website design. The 3 must-have website navigation tools. What online tools your supporters are demanding.
[Newsmaker] Tokyo protests UN committee’s advice on ‘comfort women’: local report
After a UN anti-discrimination body on Thursday advised Tokyo to adopt a victim-centered approach to achieve a lasting solution on the issue of Japan’s wartime military sexual slavery, which largely involved Korean women, Tokyo’s UN mission has expressed its regret and lodged a protest with the UN committee, according to local media. The 18-member UN body stated that Tokyo’s efforts did not “take a fully victi...