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The State Department has lifted its voluntary authorized departure order for U.S. government family members in Japan.
Neal Boudette, Detroit bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal
Philip Yam, managing editor of Scientific American online
A fellowship program that sends U.S. government officials to work in Japanese government offices is as determined as ever. We get details from the Mansfield Fellowship program's Paige Cottingham-Streater.
David Biello, associate editor of energy & environment for Scientific American
Mark Hulbert, senior columnist for MarketWatch.com and editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest
Cell phones have made it easy to donate to relief efforts in countries like Haiti and now Japan. But the reality is your donation may takes months to help anyone.
Language, protocol and cultural barriers can still get in the way of disaster relief even if the countries are allies. Col. Dino Pick, Commandant for the Defense Language Institute, tells us about his unit's efforts to overcome that.
Nycci Nellis, The List, Are You On It?
Chris Core, commentator