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'Fukushima Fingerprint': Highest-Yet Radiation Levels Found Off US Coast
'The changing values underscore the need to more closely monitor contamination levels across the Pacific.'
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Chernobyl Study: 'Amazing Illustration' of How Destructive Human Civilization Has Become
It upends common sense in many ways, but new research highlights how animal populations can thrive... when humans go away
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Near-Total Meltdown of Fukushima Reactor 2 Confirmed
Researchers say between 70 and 100 percent of fuel inside reactor 2 melted during 2011 disaster
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In First, TEPCO Dumps Fukushima Groundwater Into Pacific Ocean
Local fishermen worry the discharge even of the groundwater will heighten contamination concerns and hurt their already battered reputation
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Did 'Pro-Nuclear Fanatics' Get US Nuke Regulator to Cancel a Cancer Study?
Nuclear watchdog groups note ties between federal agency staffers and industry lobbyists
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Fukushima Report Dangerously Downplays Ongoing Health Risks: Greenpeace
"The IAEA report actively supports the Abe government’s and the global nuclear industry’s agenda to make it appear that things can return to normal after a nuclear disaster."
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In Passionate Letter to Congress, Hundreds of Rabbis Endorse Iran Deal
Urging lawmakers to pass nuclear agreement, rabbis also fight perception of American Jewish opposition to the deal
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World’s Nuclear Facilities Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks
Stuxnet, the computer virus introduced into the Iranian nuclear program by Israel and the US has now escaped into other countries
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Despite Majority Opposition, Japan About to Hit 'Go' on Nuclear Restart
Fukushima 'exposed the myth of safe and cheap nuclear power, which turned out to be dangerous and expensive. Why are we trying to resume nuclear power?'
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Progressives Disgusted After Sen. Schumer's 'Outrageous' Break on Iran Deal
Schumer's opposition to nuclear agreement puts nation 'on a path to war.'
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