Topic: Fukushima Daiichi
The crippled reactors at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are stable more than four months after the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami rocked the north, says the plant's operator.
07/20/2011 10:21 am
If a state wants to shutter a nuclear power plant, but the feds have relicensed it, does the state have legal grounds for closure? That question is being wrestled with in federal court.
07/19/2011 08:20 pm
A Christian Science perspective.
07/19/2011 10:15 am
Now that Germany is turning away from nuclear power, it is more reliant on renewable and traditional energy sources – both of which comes with problems of their own.
07/15/2011 05:26 pm
Japanese cities leveled by the March tsunami are now left with more trash than they would normally dispose of in a century. Recycling it all is a daunting task.
07/15/2011 03:59 pm
Japan will face the US on Sunday in the Women's World Cup final in Germany. The team's success in the Cup has lifted a nation rocked by the devastation of the March 11 earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent nuclear disaster.
07/14/2011 12:49 pm
A task force convened by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission after the Fukushima disaster offered a dozen major recommendations in its report, released Wednesday.
07/13/2011 07:40 pm
Much of the grounds at Fort Calhoun nuclear plant in Nebraska are under two feet of water from the rising Missouri River. But the plant's critical systems sit six feet above the flood's expected crest.
06/27/2011 05:55 pm
As Japan's Tokyo Electric and Power Company tries to recycle the highly contaminated water at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, people just outside the exclusion zone won't let children play outside and worry about food contamination.
06/27/2011 01:51 pm
In Pictures Nuclear Japan: from meltdown to shutdown