If our nation expects to be a responsible steward of nuclear power in a quest to become energy-independent, we need Yucca now.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission was ordered Tuesday to resume processing a license application for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository in Nevada, almost four years after the Obama administration halted the project.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that construction of two additional nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle can proceed and that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission considered the risks that created a nuclear accident in Japan.
Religiously devout employers who object to insuring contraceptives for their employees under President Obama's new health care law are closer to resolving - either through compromise or through the courts - their long-standing fight with the Obama administration under the banner of religious freedom.
Petro America Corp. founder Isreal Owen Hawkins and his associates were accused of illegally selling unregistered stock in Petro America from 2008 through 2010, much of it to poor investors.
The first week of October will be very special for many Americans who will be in Augusta to attend two different events.
Environmental groups asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to overturn a judge's ruling that cleared the Navy to build a $100 million undersea training range off Georgia and Florida.
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Hospital Management Associates owes nothing for declining to buy St. Joseph Hospital, which has since become Trinity Hospital.
Drug testing that wasn't random, failure to report a bus accident for 244 days and late payments to Georgia Power that nearly got the electricity cut off at Augusta Public Transit are three key issues Mobility Transit must address in 30 days or risk losing its contract to run the city bus service.
RICHMOND, Va. - The federal government can't require tobacco companies to put large graphic health warnings on cigarette packages, a federal appeals court panel ruled Friday.