These are rocky days at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which finds itself under attack from the outside for decisions ranging from new reactor designs to safety issues that have languished for years. Read more»
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Despite growing concerns, the U,S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission hardly ever issues serious penalties for fires—a more predictable threat than earthquakes or tsunamis—at the nation's nuclear power plants, opting for voluntary compliance and slaps on the wrist. Read more»