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Workers struggling to contain radioactive releases from the Fukushima power plant face two critical tasks to avoid turning a nuclear disaster into a catastrophe: preventing a runaway chain reaction into the nuclear fuel and maintaining a massive flow of...
Ask Tom why: Does the release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere at the site of the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan pose a danger to the United States?Dear Readers, Many of you — too many to list — have written to this column expressing concern about the release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere at the site of the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan. Does this pose a danger to the...
Tags: Alaska, Hawaii, Nuclear Power, Japan
CNNSENDAI, Japan -- Rescuers began a fourth day picking through the rubble of earthquake- and tsunami-ravaged northern Japan on Monday as the country's prime minister called on his country to pull together and face sacrifices following Friday's historic...
SENDAI, Japan (AP) — The rice paddies on the outskirts of this tsunami-hit city are ankle-deep in a black, salty sludge. Crumpled cars and uprooted trees lie scattered across them. His house destroyed, rice farmer Shinichi Shibasaki lives on a...
TOKYO (AP) - At a bustling Tokyo supermarket March 20, wary shoppers avoided one particular bin of spinach. The produce came from Ibaraki prefecture in the northeast, where radiation was found in spinach grown up to 75 miles (120 kilometers) from the...
Tags: Health Organizations, Politics, Nuclear Power, Taiwan, Anxiety
KTLA NewsTokyo -- Japan's Health Ministry reported Tuesday finding radioactive materials at levels "drastically exceeding legal limits" in 11 types of vegetable grown in Fukushima Prefecture, including broccoli and cabbage, according to Kyodo News Agency. None of...
TOKYO (AP) — At a bustling Tokyo supermarket Sunday, wary shoppers avoided one particular bin of spinach. The produce came from Ibaraki prefecture in the northeast, where radiation was found in spinach grown up to 75 miles (120 kilometers) from...
Tags: Health Organizations, Politics, Nuclear Power, Anxiety, Farms
As workers struggle to shut down the nuclear reactors in Japan, Michigan is closely watching the failure at the Fukushima Dai-ichi complex. While grave, the accident in Japan is two orders of magnitude lower than the 1986 Chernobyl incident, said Dr....
Fox59At least one Indiana college is directing students studying abroad in Japan to return to the U.S., and several others are considering similar options. The move comes as a response to the U.S. government urging Americans to consider leaving Japan due to...
SAN DIEGO -- Navy crews from the USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Force delivered 17 tons of supplies Tuesday despite the continuing danger of radiation spread by Japan's crippled nuclear plant, military officials said. Helicopter crews from the...
A fire was discovered Wednesday morning in the northeastern corner of Reactor 4 building at Fukushima Daiichi plant, an official with Tokyo Electric and Power told reporters. U.S. government experts trying to construct a model of radiation plumes...
SAN DIEGO -- The Navy said Monday that it has moved its ships and planes away from a damaged Japanese nuclear plant after the USS Ronald Reagan detected low-level radioactive contamination. Tests detected the radioactivity on 17 U.S. Navy helicopter...
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