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  • Gallery Controversial US Generals

    Gen. Benedict Arnold, 1780: This infamous Revolutionary War general became synonymous with treason when he tried to hand over his command post, the American fort at West Point, N.Y., to the British. After the plot was exposed, Arnold joined the British Army as a brigadier general. Arnold is seen here in a copy of an engraving by John Trumbull made in 1879.

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  • Nagasaki remembers with US in attendance for first time

    Nagasaki remembers with US in attendance for first time

    Nagasaki held a memorial service for victims of the atomic bombing of the city, Tuesday. For the first time, the US sent a representative to join the memorial service.

  • Japan: Dolphin hunt protest canceled due to threats

    Japan: Dolphin hunt protest canceled due to threats

    Japan dolphin hunt: The star of 'The Cove,' a documentary about a Japanese dolphin hunt, is back in Japan to protest the slaughter but had to cancel his trip to the village at the center of the controversy because of threats.

  • Gallery Controversial US Generals

    Gen. Benedict Arnold, 1780: This infamous Revolutionary War general became synonymous with treason when he tried to hand over his command post, the American fort at West Point, N.Y., to the British. After the plot was exposed, Arnold joined the British Army as a brigadier general. Arnold is seen here in a copy of an engraving by John Trumbull made in 1879.

  • ECONOMIC SCENE: US can avoid Japan's 'lost decade' of deflation

    ECONOMIC SCENE: US can avoid Japan's 'lost decade' of deflation

    While parallels exist, two American economists believe the US won't relive Japan's decade 'stuck in deflationary economic goo'