Three years after earthquake and tsunami struck Japan and caused a nuclear power meltdown , at least 100 Navy first responders suffer from unexplained illnesses
Critics concerned that new reactor might not meet modern safety standards
Where will they be?
Marking the first authorization in 30 years, nuclear regulators on Thursday approved licenses to build two new nuclear reactors in the U.S.The reactors will be built...
Former Gov. Michael Dukakis, (D-Mass.), on the GOP candidates and whether the economy’s slow recovery will help or hurt the president’s reelection efforts.
Regulators: radiation may have escaped
Water leak forces operators to take plant off line
Vivek Ranadive, Tibco Software chairman and CEO, at the Davos World Economic Forum on his company's growth, investing in the future and the economy.
TV's Andy Levy puts the 'ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' ombudsman
George Mason University Professor Anthony Sanders gives his outlook for the housing market.
Quantum Rare Earth Development CEO Peter Dickie on the difficulties the administration has placed on the industry.
Author Robert Bryce discusses whether America should rely more on nuclear power or alternative energy sources.
FBN's Shibani Joshi breaks down the president's address tonight surrounding the military involvement in Libya.
Expert weighs in on radiation levels 3 years after disaster
New study shows plants are vulnerable to terrorists
Lets be honest. Normally, the average stock trader isnt much concerned with whats going on with the yen or Japan for that matter. There are plenty of domestic stocks...
First Trust Advisors Chief Economist Brian Wesbury on why the economy’s growth is positive considering the negative factors weighing on it.
Lives still disrupted
Regulators sign off on Georgia plant