by Justin Salhani Jun 23, 2015
Murdock’s proposed strategy would not act as a deterrent but instead renew a nuclear arms race between global powers, experts specializing in nuclear weapons and disarmament told ThinkProgress.
by Nicole Flatow Mar 15, 2015
"They already control Tehran," Cotton said of the Iranian regime.
by Beenish Ahmed Nov 19, 2014
Failing to reach a deal could lead to an escalation of sectarian violence since Iranian forces have for months played a crucial role in the fight against ISIS.
by Jeff Spross Oct 15, 2014
According to the announcement, the new reactors would generate 100 megawatts a piece and fit on a semi-trailer flatbed. But the deadline for using nuclear power to fight global warming may have already past.
by Andrew Breiner Jul 7, 2014
Typhoon Neoguri reached sustained winds of over 150 miles per hour Sunday, making it a 'super typhoon,' as it continued to gain force.
by Ari Phillips Apr 18, 2014
The recent closure of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station is illustrative of the turning point at which many nuclear power plants in the U.S. find themselves -- face expensive upgrades and price competition or shut down.
by Ari Phillips Apr 10, 2014
The March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan didn't only shut down the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, it caused Japan to close all 50 of its nuclear plants.
by Ari Phillips Mar 20, 2014
China is currently building 28 nuclear plants, about 40 percent of the world total under construction. It has big plans for upping the ante.
by Ari Phillips Jan 16, 2014
The plan involves restarting some nuclear reactors in Japan, where cleanup of the Fukushima nuclear plant is still precarious and far behind schedule. It faces fierce public opposition.