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Op-Ed: NRC aims for fewer inspections of nuclear reactors to save money

Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff is recommending that the agency cut back on inspections at the country's nuclear reactors, a cost-cutting move promoted by the nuclear power industry but denounced by opponents as a threat to public safety.

China reports fourth escalator accident in six days

Shanghai - Another day, and yet another escalator accident in China. An employee cleaning an escalator at the Longemont Shopping Mall in Shanghai's Changning district had his foot trapped inside a gap in the moving stairs. He ended up losing a foot.

U.S. government to privatize chicken, turkey carcass inspections

Washington - A pilot program by the United States Department of Agriculture privatizing inspection of poultry products is being allowed to proceed, even though records show scabs, feathers, bile, sores and digestive tract tissue often remain in poultry carcasses.

Florida daycare assault raises questions about inspections

Bradenton - A 13-year old boy has been charged with the assault of a 22-month old girl. The case is raising questions about Florida's inspection procedures.

With nuclear missiles inspections expiring, other options exist Special

As the U.S. treaty inspections of Russian nuclear missile production are set to expire this week, the expiration may yield other more positive alternatives.
 

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CNSC employees inspect a transport package containing nuclear material.
CNSC employees inspect a transport package containing nuclear material.
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Food safety and security is an important aspect of the USDA nutrition assistance programs and the Fo...
Food safety and security is an important aspect of the USDA nutrition assistance programs and the Food and Nutrition Service's (FNS) Food Safety Unit.
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