“The use of atomic energy for purposes of war is immoral — as is the possession of atomic weapons,” the pope declared at the Hiroshima peace memorial.
As Duke Energy preps renewal requests for its reactors, it's unclear how the leading candidates would rule on a major issue in carbon-free power.
The New Jersey senator says the “data speaks for itself.” Experts say he’s right, and “the math is unforgiving.”
The Kremlin won’t say much about a blast at a secretive Russian nuclear reactor.
Opponents denounce the cost-cutting move as a threat to public safety.
Energy officials told Gov. Steve Sisolak that the Nevada National Security Site received shipments from 2013 to 2018 that could contain "reactive" material.
The horror writer said it was “impossible” to watch the show without thinking of the president.
Franklin Haney's political donation came as he was seeking regulatory approval and financial support for his bid to acquire an Alabama nuclear plant.
The aging Runit Dome, which stores radioactive waste from Cold War-era bomb tests in the Marshall Islands, is threatened by storms and rising sea level.
Tennessee real estate developer Franklin Haney said the president introduced the men at Mar-a-Lago.
The case flips traditional views of federal and state power.
The state has objected to a federal proposal to reclassify millions of gallons of radioactive waste as less dangerous.
The thirstiest source of electricity is already struggling, and greater risk of droughts will only add to those woes.
Nuclear power is the only way to meet the scale and speed of response that the threat of climate change demands.
Iran will adhere to its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, the director of its Atomic Energy Organization says.
New details have emerged on how the former national security adviser allegedly lobbied for a foreign business deal.
The window to roll back Pyongyang's weapons programs has been closed.
The dogs are descendants of those left behind after the 1986 nuclear disaster.