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  • Nuclear power debate: How much of our fear is rooted in propaganda?

     
    If you caught the April 1 episode of "This American Life," a fear of nuclear power may have been cemented. In one segment, actors read harrowing passages from "Voices from Chernobyl," a collection of interviews that documents how people were......
  • Japan quake affects Sony's, Toshiba's supply of cellphone camera sensors

     
    Japan's massive earthquake has impacted the production and distribution of an important component in many cellphone cameras, the CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) image sensor, from Sony and Toshiba. Toshiba's Image Sensor fabrication...
  • Maria Sharapova and her tribute to Chernobyl

     
    On her website, Maria Sharapova has posted a very personal message detailing her feelings about the 25-year anniversary of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl, one that affected her parents directly, as well as how the recent tsunami-caused nuclear crisis...
  • Papers of late environmental crusader find home at UCLA

     
    When Ellen Stern Harris died of cancer five years ago at age 76, the pugnacious conservationist left a vast if chaotic collection of letters, research files, photos and publications. On Wednesday, a UCLA van pulled up to a chilly storage......
  • Japan may face debt rating cut, Moody's warns

     
    Bond rating firm Moody’s Investors Service formally warned Japan on Tuesday that its rating might be cut as the country sinks deeper into debt. Moody’s said it put Japan’s Aa2 rating on review for a possible downgrade, citing in part.......
  • Green energy: California poll finds overwhelming support

     
    A new statewide survey of environment issues conducted by the Public Policy Institute of California found more residents favor climate change policy, want to cut greenhouse gas emissions and believe they are already experiencing the effects of global...
  • Report says tourism in Japan is rebounding slowly

     
    The tourism industry in Japan -- devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami in March -- has slowly begun to rebound, with a full recovery expected by next year, according a report by the Worth Travel and Tourism Council....
  • Gas suggests new problem at stricken Japan nuclear plant

     
    Japanese nuclear fallout: officials detect ominous new gas at stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant damaged in March tsunami...
  • Japan joins multilateral free-trade talks, hopes to boost economy

     
    Japan announces it will take part in talks about creating a nine-nation free-trade pact. Japan wants to to jumpstart an already moribund economy further crippled by the March earthquake and tsunami....
  • Reporters tour stricken Japanese nuclear plant

     
    For the first time since the March earthquake and tsunami, journalists were allowed this week to visit Japan's damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The scene at the Fukushima plant was post-apocalyptic....
  • Japan's Emperor Akihito remains hospitalized with pneumonia

     
    Japanese emperor ill: popular Japanese Emperor Akihiro is recovering after a temperature spike to 102 degrees...
  • Proposed initiative on nuclear plants would spur blackouts, state says

     
    A state ballot initiative proposed for next fall would force California’s two nuclear power plants to immediately shut down, causing rolling blackouts, spikes in electricity rates and billions of dollars in economic losses each year, the state's...