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By Olga R. Rodriguez
MEXICO CITY — Officials were engaged Thursday in the delicate task of recovering a stolen shipment of highly radioactive cobalt-60 abandoned in a rural field in central Mexico state. 701 more words
Happy holidays from the Obama administration. Federal agencies are currently working on rolling out hundreds of environmental regulations, including major regulations that would limit emissions from power plants and expand the agency’s authority to bodies of water on private property.
While facing an election next year, Bolivian President Evo Morales is thinking about his legacy. As the strong front-runner in national politics, his governing party, the Movement Towards Socialism—Political Instrument for the Sovereignty of the Peoples, feels confident it will be in power for a long time to come. 733 more words
Backing Down From Our Own Demands: President Obama's Acceptance of Iran's Uranium Enrichment Program
Alan Osborn ’15
Early Sunday, November 24th, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and leaders from France, Britain, Germany, China, and Russia reached a deal with The Islamic Republic of Iran on its nuclear energy program. 638 more words
VIENNA, Austria – A truck carrying an extremely dangerous radioactive substance has been stolen in central Mexico, the U.N. nuclear agency said Wednesday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said the truck was carrying cobalt-60, used for radiotherapy treatment to combat cancer. 111 more words
The recent negotiations with Iran have brought nuclear weapons back into the forefront of the public’s consciousness, if they ever left it. This leads to some misplaced sentiments about nuclear energy due to the closely linked history and science of nuclear technology for war and peace. 485 more words