Tag - oj-simpson



O.J. Simpson listens to the not guilty verdict after his murder trial with his attorneys F. Lee Bailey (left) and Johnnie Cochran Jr. (right) in Los Angeles in October 1995.
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Apr 14, 2024
What happened to damages that O.J. Simpson owed to the victims’ families?
Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Brown Simpson and Goldman in a 1995 criminal trial, but a civil jury later concluded that he caused their deaths.
O.J. Simpson appears in district court during his trial at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas in September 2008.
Apr 12, 2024
O.J. Simpson, football star who faced trial for ex-wife's murder, dies at 76
One of the most popular U.S. athletes of the 1970s, Simpson was later found responsible for his former wife's death then imprisoned for other crimes.
Japan Times
Aug 2, 2022
'Love triangle' makes waves for Australia in Commonwealth Games pool
The relationships between swimmers Kyle Chalmers, Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon have become tabloid fodder at the ongoing multisport event in Birmingham.
Japan Times
Mar 9, 2020
A sea change for Japanese sculptors
'Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2020' in Western Australia, brings together eight Japanese sculptural works, including Harayuki Uchida's new 2.5-ton stainless-steel kinetic 'Merry Gate.'
Japan Times
Jan 6, 2020
When American country meets Japanese anime
The lineup of artists onstage at the Tokyo premiere of 'Sturgill Simpson Presents: Sound & Fury' was as eclectic as the film they'd all made: a 41-minute anime music video set to an entire album by the Grammy-winning Simpson.
Japan Times
Aug 19, 2017
Ishikawa falls 10 strokes off pace, makes cut in PGA season finale
Ryo Ishikawa carded a 1-over-par 71 in the second round of the Wyndham Championship on Friday, sitting 10 shots behind two co-leaders and making the cut for the first time in four months.
CULTURE / Film / Wide Angle
Mar 15, 2017
Looking back on the 'trial of the century'
Everywhere you look these days, it feels like it's just Trump, Trump and even more Trump. It's worth taking a moment to recall that 23 years ago many people were just as sick of O.J. Simpson when the amiable American football star-turned-TV/movie celebrity became the main suspect in the brutal murder...
Japan Times
Oct 4, 2016
Time for college football to get creative again on offense
For the longest time, MAS found the NFL predictable and tedious offensively.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Oct 1, 2015
Japan, Jamaica agree to cooperate on U.N. reform, maritime security
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller agreed Wednesday to cooperate closely in reforming the U.N. Security Council and other issues.
Japan Times
Jul 23, 2015
De Grasse, Simpson claim Pan Am sprint gold
Canada's Andre De Grasse and Jamaica's Sherone Simpson won their respective 100 meters finals at the Pan American Games on Wednesday while St. Lucia enjoyed a landmark moment at the multisport competition.
Japan Times
WORLD / Crime & Legal
May 5, 2015
Gunman in Texas attack on Muhammad cartoon event on FBI radar for years
Federal agents for years monitored one of the two gunmen shot dead after opening fire with assault rifles at a heavily guarded Texas exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
Reader Mail
Mar 31, 2011
Prod toward more transparency
Regarding Gregory Clark's March 24 article, "Nuclear meltdowns and Japanese culture": It is always a pleasure to read Clark's considered analysis, steeped as it usually is in high-level personal experience with some wing of the Japanese bureaucracy or industry from the past 30 years.
Feb 3, 2009
For a stronger safety net
As economic conditions worsen and an increasing number of workers, especially irregularly employed workers, lose their jobs, it is becoming urgent that the government strengthen the social safety net.


Things may look perfect to the outside world, but today's mom is fine with some imperfection at home.
How 'Reiwa moms' are reshaping motherhood in Japan