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Why Is Duke Energy Pushing to Make Nuclear “Clean”?new

Hint: It’ll fatten Duke’s wallets.
INDY Week  |  Bob Geary  |  02-03-2016  |  Energy

Classified Addsnew

SFR investigates the New Mexico component of the Washington Post's intelligence project.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Corey Pein  |  07-28-2010  |  Policy Issues

Nuclear CSI: New Deterrence for a New Eranew

David Smith of Lawrence Livermore Lab is helping to develop means of tracing the location of stray nuclear materials.
East Bay Express  |  Eliza Strickland  |  03-05-2008  |  Science

The Nuclear Optionnew

Nuclear power is knocking on Idaho's door. Trouble is, the state doesn't really know what to do with it.
Boise Weekly  |  Shea Andersen  |  01-16-2008  |  Politics

U.S. Leadership Is Needed for a Nuke-Free Worldnew

Former Cold War officials call for nonproliferation.
Santa Barbara Independent  |  David Krieger  |  10-23-2007  |  Commentary

South Texas Uranium Revival Puts One County on a Powder Kegnew

Uranium Energy Corp has a pending application with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to mine uranium from within the freshwater aquifer beneath Goliad County, but some residents are fighting back.
San Antonio Current  |  Greg Harman  |  10-03-2007  |  Environment

Nuclear Greenwashingnew

Global warming has suddenly put nuclear power back on the agenda -- but there's a lot the industry isn't telling you.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Amanda Witherell  |  05-30-2007  |  Environment

Holy Steamrollersnew

The religious right attempts a coup against the federal judiciary. Will it succeed -- or prompt a backlash?
Boston Phoenix  |  Dan Kennedy  |  04-28-2005  |  Politics


Thirty years ago, Karen Silkwood drove down State Highway 74 to meet her boyfriend, a union representative and a New York Times reporter for an interview in Oklahoma City. She never made it.
Oklahoma Gazette  |  April Marciszewski  |  11-04-2004  |  Crime & Justice

Many in New Mexico Embrace Plant That Will Generate Nuclear Waste

Residents chased a uranium enrichment facility out of two states. But in New Mexico, Louisana Energy Services has received a warm welcome.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Brendan L. Smith  |  06-02-2004  |  Environment

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