As space runs out at the plant, experts have urged the Japanese government to begin releasing filtered water from Fukushima into the sea or air.
Almost a decade after the nuclear disaster, wildlife photos show the site is becoming a hotbed of local wildlife.
Residents were relocated so the nuclear tests could be carried out between 1946 and 1958.
Ebola is back with a vengeance.
Residents fear the contaminated soil's effects on their health and livelihoods.
Russia's submersible drone, known to Russia as Poseidon and to the U.S. as Kanyon, may change nuclear warfare as we know it.
A 2008 test showed that a 52-foot-high tsunami could strike the Fukushima nuclear plant, but bosses delayed building a protective seawall.
Preparations must be made to minimize the impact of the predicted disaster, the nation says.
The Japanese government mandates a limit of 40 years for nuclear reactors; the Tokai No. 2 has been running since 1978. Today marked the fourth time Japan Atomic Power Co. filed an application with the Nuclear Regulation Authority for an extension.
Take a look at the Wall-E of Fukushima.
A six-month trial of the service began Tuesday.
The radiation is not a threat to human health, but it's a previously unknown risk of coastal nuclear power plants.
The estimated cost of the long-term cleanup following the nuclear disaster is $192 billion.
The temblor occurred near where an earthquake and a tsunami caused a nuclear meltdown six years ago.
The cylindrical-shaped object would most likely be U.S.-made.
Japan's "Little Sunfish" brought back never-before-seen footage of the Fukushima nuclear plant, which has claimed a number of prior devices.
How much harm could 777,000 tons of water laced with tritium, a nuclear byproduct, do to the environment?
Before yelling at journalists and storming out of a press conference, the "emotional" minister said refugees should bear "self-responsibility for their own decisions."
Only 10 percent of the population supports maintaining nuclear energy, six years after the nuclear plant disaster.
Fukushima was the world's worst nuclear disaster since 1986.
In a yet to be published paper, Dr. Roberto Lucchini of the World Trade Center Health Program compared the findings of health programs established around the world in the aftermath of major environmental disasters.