The former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission says every single reactor in the nation should be shut down, starting with the riskiest.
Washington’s fuss over Iran has more to do with its natural gas and oil reserves than anything else.
The federal government should transfer the spent nuclear fuel held at a shuttered nuclear power plant in Southern California before the next earthquake strikes.
A new movement is putting pressure on people and institutions to dump their investments in dirty energy companies.
Vermont’s Yankee reactor would have closed this year had a power company kept a decade-old promise.
A new CSIS report is indicative of the American foreign policy establishment’s contempt for Japan.
The government can’t simply bury its uranium-233 problem.
What did Iran do to us to merit heavy U.S. sanctions? The media doesn’t ask this question.
The United States can’t afford giveaways for mining and oil companies anymore.
Having the Energy Department manage radiation health research makes as much sense as giving tobacco companies the authority to see if smoking is bad for you.
Is there intelligent life on Earth?
Nearly a year after the Fukushima disaster and more than three decades after the Three Mile Island accident, nuclear power remains expensive, dangerous, and too radioactive for Wall Street.
The United States is awaiting its own nuclear catastrophe before changing course.
Before there were hashtags, 32 years ago, more than a thousand protesters tried to shut Wall Street down for a day.
In this interview with LinkTV’s Miles Benson, we discuss where the nuclear industry falls short, and why more people should be concerned.