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Thirty years of punishing sanctions have failed to curb Iran’s rogue behavior. Perhaps, a growing chorus of diplomats and security experts suggest, it is time for the United States to change tactics. With a presidential election in the Islamic...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.Los Angeles became the latest -- and largest -- city to weigh in on the fate of the San Onofre nuclear plant Tuesday, with the City Council unanimously passing a resolution calling on federal regulators to hold off on deciding whether the plant can...
Controversy has amped up in the Florida Legislature this year over a 2006 law that lets utilities pass on to customers the costs of developing nuclear-power plants years before they are up and running. Lawmakers at the time said they passed the...
Florida's 2006 law allowing utilities to recover certain costs during the process of building new nuclear-power plants was visionary legislation that will serve the state's consumers well and is a model for states around the country. It was good public...
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Roy C. Clendaniel Jr. has graduated from the U.S. Navy's Nuclear Power School at Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Goose Creek, S.C. Nuclear Power School is a rigorous six-month course that trains officer and enlisted...
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Southern California Edison has submitted a formal request to federal regulators for a license amendment that would allow the San Onofre nuclear plant to be fired back up for the first time in more than a year. Company officials told U.S. Nuclear...
Special to the TribuneA department store clerk Tuesday described how an old man carjacked her at gunpoint in testimony she gave as the trial of a nuclear plant operator turned alleged fugitive began in a DuPage County courtroom. The clerk, a young mother, told jurors that an...
The beleaguered San Onofre nuclear power plant north of San Diego has been idle since January 2012 after the discovery of unsafe reactor conditions. The operator is now seeking approval to restart one of the plant's two reactors at 70% power for a five-...
Special to the TribuneA former nuclear plant operator who authorities say has fled the area was found guilty in absentia today of stealing a woman’s car at gunpoint last year in Woodridge. A jury found Michael Buhrman, 31, of Coal City, guilty of aggravated vehicular...
Tags: Lawyers, U.S. Navy, Theft, Wheaton, Justice System
The question of whether there was proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Michael Buhrman had committed a carjacking was answered quickly Wednesday when a DuPage County jury took little time convicting him. That left a more tantalizing question unanswered:...
Tags: Prisons, Kohl's, Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelInternational Speedway Corp. is trying to win millions of dollars in tax breaks from the Florida Legislature this spring for an expansion of Daytona International Speedway. And the company found a perfect way to show off the racetrack: Free tickets to the...
TEHRAN — A powerful earthquake hit southeastern Iran near Pakistan on Tuesday, but the extent of damage and casualties was not immediately clear. Iranian state television initially reported at least 40 people had died in the quake, which Iranian...
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