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  • Downwinders fight for their due

    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.

  • Critical mass

    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 nuclear history.

  • Tiny reporter at a small paper writes a big story

    Eileen Welsome uncovers records of plutonium experiments on humans

  • Workers need protection

    Government study says nuclear cleanup workers' health and safety neglected.

  • Radiation experiments raise ethical questions

    Controversy continues to surround Dr. C. Alvin Paulsen's experiments on Washington State Penitentiary inmates.

  • So much for badges

    Department of Energy says measurement of radiation to workers was faulty.

  • We aimed for Russia and hit the West

    The Atomic Energy Commission deliberately lied about radiation dangers to miners and other Westerners.

  • Danger on the fairway

    Study shows high cancer rates in golf course workers.

  • Flu-ing with the river

    A mysterious flu-like disease appears among Colorado River rafters.

  • Downwinders say fallout study numbers don't add up

    A controversial study says only a fraction of cancer cases can be attributed to nuclear fallout in the U.S.

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