Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen attends a briefing in Taipei on July 20, 2016.<br>Billy H.C. Kwok/Bloomberg

Taiwan's leader says call with Trump didn't reflect US policy change

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said Tuesday that her phone call with President-elect Donald Trump should not be interpreted a significant shift in American policy, and stressed that both sides see the value of maintaining regional stability.

Pacific Air Forces sends team to address uptick in suicides

Pacific Air Forces is looking into a spate of airman suicides, including three since April from Yokota’s maintenance group, 374th Airlift Wing commander Col. Kenneth Moss says.

Photos expose possible rodent problem at Okinawa commissary

It has been referred to jokingly as “Splinter,” “Stuart Little” and “Ratatouille,” but a hairy visitor to Kadena Air Base’s commissary has raised concerns about a rodent problem at the facility.

Have you seen Nike? US ambassador joins search for lost cat

The U.S. ambassador’s plea on social media for help finding a missing cat has generated a furry furor in South Korea’s media, which has taken up the effort to find the feline.

N. Korea suspected of hacking S. Korean military’s cyber command

North Korea likely hacked into the South Korean military’s internal cyber network in the first-ever such breach, officials said Tuesday.

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