Religious Freedoms are worse in China and Afghanistan
US: Religious persecution up in Afghanistan, China
Officials Evacuate Residents as Typhoon Approaches
Thousands of residents in the country's northeast are evacuated
Fierce Storms Claim Lives in Midwest
At least 13 people are dead after fierce storms that tore through the Midwest overnight.
Taliban Claims Responsibility to Bombing
The Taliban says the blast was to avenge the death of Osama bin Laden
Category: General News
Treatment of Radioactive Waste at Nuclear
KENNEWICK, Washington (AP) - The federal government is recommending a phased start to treatment of radioactive wast at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington state. The Tri-City Herald reports the Department of the Energy proposes starting to treat some of the 56 million gallons of waste held underground at Hanford as soon as possible. Meanwhile, work would continue to resolve technical issues at a plant to turn some waste into glass for disposal.