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The majority of Americans already understand that the federal government is incapable of securing prosperity and protecting the health of the people. US leaders have been assaulting their country into debt for many years now, enslaving the country to
Wednesday to begin the painstaking and dangerous process of removing fuel rods from a crippled reactor at the site. The procedure is considered a milestone in the estimated $50 billion cleanup of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. "Fuel
Tokue Hosokawa has fewer than 30 horses left from his herd of 130 in 2011. (Kazuma Obara) Until 2011 Tokue Hosokawa had only to peer through the window of his home in Litate village to confirm that all was well with his 100-year-old family business.
Two and a half years after a series of meltdowns, Japan's effort to clean up what remains of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is turning into another kind of disaster. The site now stores 90 million gallons of radioactive water, more than enough
Workers attempting to repair power lines at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Tomioka, Fukushima Prefecture in March. Tetsuya Hayashi went to Fukushima to take a job at ground zero of the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl...Hayashi,
In Summary And so, over the past month, the chef found himself in the kitchens of the presidential Elysee Palace in Paris and the royal residence of Prince Albert in Monaco. The chef speaks with pride of Fukushima "baby peaches, tiny and sweet" and
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and its contaminated water storage tanks. Two and a half years after a series of meltdowns, Japan's effort to clean up what remains of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is turning into another kind of disaster.
Japan after the recent heavy rains damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant near FW tanks hundreds of tons of radioactive water leak has been identified . Power plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. officials said
Japan For much of his life, Koichi Matsumoto, 58, happily slipped out of bed in the dead of night to work on a fishing trawler. But these days, his catch is tree branches, tires and other rubble still adrift since the massive earthquake and tsunami
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, said Thursday that it had found another leak at the site and that levels of radioactivity near a ditch had spiked. The embattled utility said that one of its workers Thursday morning found radioactive water