Sarah Lazare, staff writer
A team from the IAEA looks at water storage tanks at Fukushima in Nov. 2013.(Photo: IAEA Imagebank)
Greenpeace charges that pro-nuclear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cares more about politics than public health.
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Yuji Onuma pictured in April in front of a sign proclaiming the promise of nuclear power in the ghost town of Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture. (Photo: KYODO)
Japan's 2011 nuclear meltdown and catastrophe transformed Futaba—home of the...
Jon Queally, staff writer
In Japan this weekend, 40-year-old Yasuo Yamamoto was arrested by police after...


Fishermen have resumed fishing after postponing their start when hundreds of tons of radioactive water were found leaking from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. Twenty-one trawlers brought home 5 tons of seafood, including octopus and squid, from the trial operation; if testing shows they're safe, they'll be shipped to markets in Japan. While older people are said to be buying fish from the sea off Fukushima Prefecture, others don't want their kids or grandkids eating it...