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Truman Tribunal – Star Lane Center Showcase [VIDEO]

The students of Star Lane Center in Casper are putting their recently developed video skills to use by presenting an array of  different videos highlighting political and social issues.

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Radiation Detected At Sea

A report released Tuesday indicates radiation from Japan's nuclear power plant disaster has been detected 400 miles away from the island nation.

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Japan’s Trade Deficit Balloons To Record High

TOKYO (AP) — Japan says its trade deficit ballooned to a record high 1.48 trillion yen ($18.7 billion) in January, the biggest in the three decades that such data became available.

The numbers released Monday by the Ministry of Finance highlight this nation's surging import of fuel after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disaster sent a nuclear plant into meltdown

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Japan Population To Shrink By One-Third By 2060

TOKYO (AP) — Japan's rapid aging means the national population of 128 million will shrink by one-third by 2060 and seniors will account for 40 percent of people, placing a greater burden on the shrinking work force population to support the social security and tax systems

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Japan Disaster Photos – Before and After

Japan is still trying to recover in the aftermath of the 8.9 earthquake that rocked the nation just a few days ago.

Now you can now see before and after photos in an interactive overlay gallery of the Japan devastation.

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Red Cross Reaches Across Pacific [AUDIO]

The deadly earthquake and tsunami that ravaged Japan created ripple effects of compassion across the world as the scale of disaster is being realized.

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Report From Nagoya Japan [AUDIO]

Michael Hoffman, a friend of ours from Facebook is in Nagoya Japan.

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Red Cross Helps With Contact Number [AUDIO]

The deadly earthquake and tsunami that ravaged Japan is now wreaking havoc along the west coast of the United States with powerful ocean waves.

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8.9 Earthquake, Tsunami Eyewitness Footage

The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan has caused widespread destruction across the country. A 10-meter high tsunami, triggered by the tremor, has swept inland in many places swamping everything in its path.

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8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Japan: Tsunami Warnings For Hawaii And The West Coast

An 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck Japan overnight generating a 33 ft wave that struck the shores of Japan causing widespread damage.

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