No More Bombs But Work Aplenty

September 11, 2008 - New York Times By WILLIAM YARDLEY  RICHLAND, Wash. - When the bombs were dropped and World War II came to a sudden atomic conclusion far across the Pacific, at last it could be ... read more

McCain Nuclear Energy Revival May Cost $315 Billion

Sept. 11, 2008 - Bloomberg by Elliot Blair Smith John McCain's plan to revive the U.S. nuclear power industry with 45 new reactors may cost $315 billion, with taxpayers bearing much of the financial ... read more

Chasing Nuclear Energy Windmills

September 6, 2008 - The Boston Globe By Derrick Z. Jackson

Feds: Move uranium tailings from Moab by rail

August 5, 2008 - Associated Press By Mike Stark SALT LAKE CITY - Most of the uranium tailings near Moab will be transported by rail to a disposal site about 30 miles away, the U.S. Department of ... read more

Obama, McCain diverge on solution for energy woes

By TOM RAUM YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) - Democrat Barack Obama blamed Republican energy policies for some of the nation's economic woes Tuesday as his GOP rival John McCain advocated a large expansion of ... read more

DOE Releases Revised Yucca Mountain Life Cycle Costs

U.S. Department of Energy Releases Revised Total System Life Cycle Cost Estimate and Fee Adequacy Report for Yucca Mountain Project August 5, 2008 News Media Contacts: Angela Hill (202) 586-4940; ... read more

Al Gore Inches Toward Solartopia

Published on Saturday, July 19, 2008 by by Harvey Wasserman Bit by bit, Al Gore seems to be inching toward a Solartopian view of a future that must be completely sustainable in ... read more

Deadly Denial

July 22, 2008 By Laura Frank For sick nuclear workers, shifting rules form quagmire of despair.

State Panel Barred from Nuke Inspection

July 18, 2008 - Associated Press By Dave Gram, Associated Press Writer MONTPELIER, Vt. --The state Department of Public Service has declined to let  members of a panel created by the Legislature to ... read more