Regions / North America
As the Japanese nuclear crisis sheds light on nuclear safety, one issue, in particular, has been nudged into the spotlight.
Seismic concerns grow over U.S. national nuclear labs.
It could turn into the gift that keeps on giving for the nuclear energy industry and its advocates.
Will Fukushima be a "teaching moment" for the United States?
The American Enterprise Institute's Michael Rubin writes that "Right Web is among the worst Google manipulators in the political realm."
Remember the threat of terrorist attacks on nuclear power plants?
How on earth do you get a bipartisan consensus against cuts and for stimulus? Call it the defense budget.
With Libyan government forces advancing towards the rebel capital of Benghazi, the time for possible military intervention by the U.S. and its NATO or other allies appears to be running short.
Just how American bullets make their way into Bahraini guns, into weapons used by troops suppressing pro-democracy protesters, opens a wider window into the shadowy relationships between the Pentagon and a number of autocratic states in the Arab world.
Fukushima has been but a minor inconvenience to nuclear energy advocates.