Sunday, December 6, 2009


4 American Teenagers Arrested in Japan
Three boys and a girl from an American military base were arrested on charges of attempted murder for allegedly toppling a woman on a motorbike, causing her to suffer a serious head injury.

U.S. struggles to keep step with Japan's shifting foreign policy
When the Democratic Party of Japan roared to victory in August, unseating a party that had run Japan almost without interruption since the 1950s, Obama administration officials fanned out across Washington with an unexpected message, given their campaign embrace of change.
(By John Pomfret and Blaine Harden, The Washington Post)

GM widens shake-up of management team
Three days after the ouster of chief executive Fritz Henderson, General Motors Chairman Edward E. Whitacre Jr. announced a deeper management shake-up at the automaker that named new presidents for the company's North American, European and other international divisions.
(By Peter Whoriskey, The Washington Post)

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