Protesters in Salt Lake City charge that the federal
government has yet to fully compensate people in Utah, Nevada and
Idaho whose health was harmed by the nuclear-bomb testing that
started 50 years ago.
by Tim Westby,
Mar 12, 2001
In "Learning to Glow: A Nuclear Reader," editor John
Bradley pulls together the stories of downwinders, veterans and
other Americans who have paid the price of this country's invisible
by Marilyn Abildskov,
Dec 03, 2001
Eileen Welsome uncovers records of plutonium experiments
by Tony Davis,
Jan 24, 1994
Government study says nuclear cleanup workers' health and
Mar 07, 1994
Controversy continues to surround Dr. C. Alvin Paulsen's
experiments on Washington State Penitentiary inmates.
by Karen Dorn Steele,
Apr 04, 1994
Department of Energy says measurement of radiation to
workers was faulty.
Jun 27, 1994
The Atomic Energy Commission deliberately lied about
radiation dangers to miners and other Westerners.
by Stewart L. Udall,
Aug 22, 1994
Study shows high cancer rates in golf course
Sep 05, 1994
A mysterious flu-like disease appears among Colorado River
Sep 05, 1994
A controversial study says only a fraction of cancer cases
can be attributed to nuclear fallout in the U.S.
by Brett Wilkison,
Feb 20, 2006