A prominent Japanese seismologist rattled some nerves when he declared there was a 70 percent chance of a major earthquake in or around Tokyo -- in the next four years. Government scientists had proclaimed a similar risk, but over a longer timeframe, 30 years.
One year after Fukushima, The government has promised a major shift toward cleaner renewable energy to help fill the gap. But as Sam Eaton reports, the country's clean energy revolution has yet to get much traction.
The earthquake that caused $20 billion in damage to Christchurch in February, and a series of aftershocks, destroyed a landmark cathedral. In it's place, temporarily, officials are looking to build one of cardboard.
An all-women's drumming group in western Japan was preparing to travel to a concert in Fukushima. Then came the earthquake, the tsunami, and the nuclear crisis. Correspondent Sonia Narang reports that they're still wondering what they can do to help.
Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more about a 16-year-old girl who's about to become Japan's first female professional baseball player. She was drafted by a team from Kobe -- which is the answer to our quiz today.