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Chattanooga Shooting Suspect Briefly Worked at Nuclear Power Plant
The alleged shooter who killed four Marines in Chattanooga briefly worked at a nuclear power plant prior to the shooting, according to a spokesman for the plant. Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez was a conditional employee at the Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Ohio but the job only lasted 10 days.
Peter Schweizer on 'Clinton Cash'
The author discusses his controversial new book on the Clinton Foundation's finances.
'This Week' Transcript: 'Clinton Cash’ Author Peter Schweizer
This is a rush transcript for April 26, 2015. It will be updated and may contain errors. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST: And the author of "Clinton Clash," Peter Schweizer, joins us now. Thank you for joining us this morning, Peter. You know, I was looking at the book jacket right here and you say
Obama’s Data Security Plan: Do As I Say, Not As I Do
“If we’re going to be connected, then we need to be protected,” President Obama proclaimed at the Federal Trade Commission on Monday. In wide-ranging remarks, the president expressed what should be a self-evident truth, but is not yet a reality in the new digital age: “As Americans, we shouldn’t
Nuke Material 'Widespread' But Not Easy For Terrorists to Unleash
WASHINGTON - Without realizing it, millions of American commuters are in close proximity every day to extremely hazardous nuclear material that terrorists would love to turn into weapons of mass destruction -- if they could. It happens when we drive down roadways and pass certain cargo trucks. Or
Radioactive Material Stolen Outside Mexico City
Truck carrying Colbalt-60, a synthetic isotope used in health care, was stolen.
Japan's Nuclear Migraine: A Never-Ending Disaster at Fukushima
Japan is stumbling helplessly from one crisis to the next as it battles the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. US nuclear inspector Dale Klein is demanding the intervention of foreign experts, but a quick solution is unlikely. This week, the chief nuclear officers of around 100
Nuclear Waste: Yucca Mountain Gets Reprieve As Storage Site
An appeals court decision has re-opened the possibility that the nation's alarmingly large and growing piles of nuclear waste might someday be stored inside Nevada's Yucca Mountain, a decades-old political and regulatory football. Though U.S. taxpayers, according to the General Accounting Office
'Star Trek' Spoof at Nuclear Power Plant
Reported by ABC News’ Nichole Smith: There’s no telling what some senior executives will do to support the corporate culture – but a recently surfaced three-year-old video from a nuclear power plant shows executives going where perhaps no executives have gone before. In full...