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A ban on Russian uranium could impact tribal communities in the Southwest
Some U.S. lawmakers seek to cut off imports, but that might lead to reopening domestic mines.
Russia's role in world's nuclear energy industry prompts calls to up U.S. uranium production
Russia plays a key role in preparing fuel for power plants. A ban could delay projects, and domestic production stirs social justice issues.
Uranium companies in the U.S. are hoping demand will return
Could there be a uranium boom on the horizon? If there is, it would help coal-heavy Wyoming.
Why were Weight Watchers and uranium mining stocks up today?
A tale of two stock ticker symbols.
Nuclear cleanup work sustains ailing Ohio town
One town in Ohio is holding on to remnants of Cold War-era uranium enrichment.
The battle over uranium mining near the Grand Canyon
As of 2012, new uranium mining claims are prohibited near the Grand Canyon. So mining companies are reopening old mines, and looking for other ways around the ban.
Guess what Kodak kept in its basement...
The now-bankrupt photography company kept a little something (surprising) in its basement for 35 years.
Ban on uranium mining near Grand Canyon set to expire
A battle is brewing over uranium mining on land near the Grand Canyon. A House bill would allow mining on the land. Proponents say it would help the area economy; opponents fear an environmental disaster.
New uranium processing site OK'd in Colorado
After more than a year of debate, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has given its blessing to a yellowcake uranium mill in...