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    Our hot legacy

    The Department of Energy publishes a book, Closing the Circle on the Splitting of the Atom, about the problems of nuclear waste disposal.

  • News

    Soft energy may shred Wyoming raptors

    A planned Kenetech wind turbine site in Wyoming may endanger the raptors that hunt and migrate in the area.

  • Book Reviews

    Bare land at Bear Lake

    Utah Power & Light wants to dredge at drought-plagued Bear Lake.

  • News

    New governor accepts nuclear waste

    Idaho's new Governor Philip E. Batt agrees to accept 11 railroad-carried casks of nuclear waste from the U.S. Navy.

  • News

    Peace gets no chance

    Los Alamos officials quash plan to build peace park where first atomic bomb was built.

  • Essays

    He felt the earth move when scientists nuked western Colorado

    A protester describes the underground explosion of an atomic bomb in western Colorado in 1969.

  • Book Reviews

    Crude awakening

    Friends of the Earth accuses the oil industry of waste in Crude Awakening.

  • News

    Reprieve for the Uintas

    Chevron decides not to drill in the Uinta Mountains.

  • News

    Drilling in Wyoming

    The Forest Service rejects appeal to reduce oil and gas leasing in the Thunder Basin National Grassland.

  • News

    For sale: low mileage bomb factory

    Department of Energy sells bomb components to an Idaho used-car and scrap dealer.

  • News

    A sunny future for nuclear test site?

    Energy Department says Nevada Test Site would be one of the best places in North America to capture solar energy.

  • News

    Parental care for uranium tailings only goes so far

    Atlas Minerals Co. says cleaning up uranium tailings near Moab may prove too expensive.

  • News

    A clash of cultures: tribal versus nuclear

    A Native American cultural center on a hill called Avikan is threatened by a low-level radioactive waste dump.

  • News

    Flu-ing with the river

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

  • News

    Danger on the fairway

    Study shows high cancer rates in golf course workers.

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