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  1. Japan Expands Nuclear Evacuation Zone, New Quake Hits

    Japan on Monday expanded the evacuation zone around its crippled nuclear plant because of high levels of accumulated radiation, as a strong aftershock rattled the ar...

  2. Japan Orders Safety Upgrades at Nuclear Plants

    Japan ordered an immediate safety upgrade at its 55 nuclear power plants on Wednesday in its first acknowledgement that standards were inadequate when an earthquake ...

  3. Report: Japan Engineers Knew of Tsunami Risk

    Over the past two weeks, Japanese government officials and Tokyo Electric Power executives have repeatedly described the deadly combination of the most powerful quak...

  4. Plutonium Found in Soil Near Japan Nuclear Plant

    Plutonium found in soil at the Fukushima nuclear complex heightened alarm on Tuesday over Japan's battle to contain the world's worst atomic crisis in 25 years, as p...

  5. Bulls Take on the Bears!

    Riley Asset Management CEO Ned Riley and Leader Capital CEO John Lekas debate the direction of the markets.

  6. President to Address Nation on Involvement in Libya

    FBN's Shibani Joshi breaks down the president's address tonight surrounding the military involvement in Libya.

  7. IAEA Tracks Radiation Leaks at Japan's Plant

    Japan's earthquake-stricken nuclear complex is still emitting radiation but the source is unclear, a senior U.N. atomic agency official said, as workers made progres...

  8. Global Markets Climb on Japan Progress

    Japanese stocks jumped more than 4 percent on Tuesday amid reports of progress in stabilizing an earthquake-damaged nuclear plant and the yen edged up, putting trade...

  9. Japan lost autos output to hit 338,000 Friday: IHS

    DETROIT (Reuters) - Japan automakers in the first two weeks after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami will lose about 65 percent in light vehicle production, industr...

  10. Japan's Auto Output Down 65% by Friday: Report

    Japan automakers in the first two weeks after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami will lose about 65 percent in light vehicle production, industry consultant IHS Aut...

  11. Japan Radiation Fears Mount

    Global anxiety rose over radiation from Japan's earthquake damaged nuclear plant even as engineers had some success in the battle to avert disaster from the world's ...

  12. WHO Warns of 'Serious' Food Radiation in Disaster-Hit Japan

    The World Health Organization said on Monday that radiation in food after an earthquake damaged a Japanese nuclear plant was more serious than previously thought, ec...

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  2. A Potentially Lucrative Investment Opportunity in Japan

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  4. U.S. Approves First New Nuclear Reactor in 30 Years

    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...

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  7. Dig, Baby, Dig

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