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Knocking on the Devil's Door: Our Deadly Nuclear Legacy (VIDEO)

Directed by Gary Null


Greg Palast (57:40 in video)

Hillary Clinton’s “big client was Entergy which now owns the Indian Point nuclear plant in New York, where Senator Clinton was very reluctant to call for the closure of this obvious danger right near New York City.” 236 more words

Still more ratepayer bailouts needed, says Entergy exec

The nuclear power industry increasingly reminds one of nothing so much as the spoiled brat (or, possibly, the greedy king Midas) who, upon receiving a gift, instantly wants “more!” 1,269 more words


Protection Standards Engineer (I-III) | Entergy | New Orleans, LA, US

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Primary Location: Louisiana-New Orleans
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The NRC has faith in the stock market

Our government’s nuclear watchdogs made a move yesterday that reinforces their image as the Industry’s Best Friend.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has granted requests from Entergy Nuclear Operations Inc.

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OIG report: Utility reform needed

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — The New Orleans Office of Inspector General released a new report on the city’s unique energy utility setup.

New Orleans is the only city in the United States to regulate an investor-owned energy utility where there is a state-level agency in place. 119 more words


DC Alumni Chapter Partners with Entergy for DC Intern Happy Hour

The DC Alumni chapter partnered with Entergy on Monday evening to host a intern welcome party for Arkansas students working this summer in the District.  The event was held at Entergy’s Washington, DC headquarters on Constitution Avenue near Capitol Hill and featured food, drink, and some initial career advice from former University of Arkansas graduates who have become long-time Washingtonians. 85 more words


Power outages across metro area Tuesday due to severe weather

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Thousands of people woke up without power Tuesday morning, after wild weather overnight.

The rain and thunderstorms knocked out power to at least 13,000 people in New Orleans alone, along with thousands in Jefferson Parish, the north shore and surrounding parishes. 36 more words