I left the USSR in 1991. Going back showed that Cold War stereotypes don't fade -- even with time.
I left the USSR in 1991. Going back showed that Cold War stereotypes don't fade — even with time.
The produce might be safe, but lingering radiation fears keep customers away.
Since the Fukushima meltdown, the country has tried to reduce its reliance on nuclear reactors. But with nearly a third of its energy needs powered by the atom, change is difficult.
The U.S. is poised to slap stiff tariffs on Chinese solar panels, but many in the domestic solar-power industry don't want the government's help.
Republicans are almost always in tune with the oil and gas industry, but they're singing a different song on the drydocked Law of the Sea Treaty.
Japan's decision to walk away from nuclear power has it scrambling for natural gas, giving the U.S. a chance to be a large-scale energy exporter.
The country's "sweet" oil reserves have a disproportionate effect on world supplies and European economies
The Chernobyl disaster, 25 years ago today, caused global fallout and panic, but many of the most difficult decisions were made by the individual families affected by the explosion