A report finds an array of new problems
11,500 tons of water with 100 times the regulatory levels of radioactive iodine.
From a crack at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The cows are eating it.
Masataka Shimizu is nowhere to be found at his Tokyo high-rise or at Tepco headquarters.
Contamination is spreading farther away from the plant.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Iodine levels are more than 1,250 times higher than normal in water near a melting nuclear plant.
Workers waded into water with 10,000 times the normal level of radiation.
Is leaving Japan for safer ground an act of betrayal?
Officials say tap water is once again safe for infants.
More than twice the allowable amount for infants.
Especially when you make special requests.
The teacher died after helping her students to safety.
An 80-year-old grandmother was saved by rescuers, and yogurt.
The rich-guy glass is half-full.
Meanwhile, airborne radiation levels around Japan have shown no signs of spiking drastically.
What the Fukushima meltdown means for America's energy future.
"People seem to be much too sensitive."