The latest news on nuclear power
With new reactors planned and veterans retiring, companies scramble to find recruits.
Even among close allies, the mood is shifting in a way that weakens Washington's diplomatic leverage.
Nuclear fuel, just like oil, is pressured by Asia's growing demand for energy.
With costs rising and federal loan guarantees in the air, the industry makes its pitch to Wall Street.
Exelon's CEO says the cost of cutting greenhouse gas emissions won't be cheap, but it may be far worse with the wrong approach.
There's a big year ahead in the drive for alternative fuels.
Despite modest pain inflicted by United Nations sanctions as well as European and U.S. financial pressures, Iran's government is unlikely to bend to western demands on its nuclear program anytime soon, a senior European diplomat tells U.S. News. The resistance comes in part from the Iranian regime's belief that the Bush administration still wants to remove it from power.