The latest news on nuclear power
It shouldn't take a catastrophic meltdown on American soil to prod our government into action.
Less-clean alternatives cannot compete with nuclear power.
North Korea suggests it remains open to suspending uranium enrichment if it can get the food it wants.
Tehran announced months ago that it would use the Fordo facility for 20 percent production.
The Defense Ministry says there has been no radiation leak from the fire.
Troubling allegations emerge against the chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Seventeen employees at U.S. nuclear research lab in Idaho exposed to low-level plutonium radiation.
If it follows in UNESCO's footsteps, the IAEA could lose more than $100 million in 2012.
Nuclear regulators send mixed signals on how American industry must respond.
Of course, lessons can be learned, but American plants are proven safe.