On last night's "Piers Morgan Tonight", Piers Morgan interviewed Nick Kristof of the New York Times, who lived in Japan, about Japanese culture. "The Japanese have really been reared from the time they were born to work together, to suppress individual yearnings and to pull together and be stoical," he said. The way the Japanese deal with disaster is "something we Americans can learn from."
Piers also talked to Matthew Wald about the potential worst case scenario when it came to nuclear meltdown:
Wald compares the nuclear situation in Japan and in Chernobyl and addresses whether the U.S. is at risk: