Gundersen: Latest probe at Unit 1 indicates nuclear fuel has left containment (VIDEO)

Remaining portion of Spent Fuel Pool No. 4 seen from Kyodo helicopter (PHOTOS)

Asahi: 150,000 join Tokyo protest organizer says — Reporter Eyewitness: “There are more than 100,000 people”

Shock: “Outside is too full” — Tokyo police blockade subway exits preventing protesters from reaching streets (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Gundersen on TV: It can no longer be called the Fukushima Daiichi ‘accident’ (VIDEO)

Kyodo: Fukushima plant still at “very high risk” — “A dangerous situation because of its fragile structure” -Commission Chairman

Report: Tokyo police closed down exits of subway — Protesters were shut inside underground station

Fukushima Response Hearing: The accident brought the worst scenario — A melt-through

Fukushima Daiichi Employee: Shortage of nuclear workers is becoming real — More and more companies to close as personal dose limits are exceeded

Local Official: Pharmacist says prescription drug use, high blood pressure on the rise after Fukushima disaster — “No wonder; We are exposed to high level of radiation every second”

Fukushima Daiichi Worker: Tepco is hiding information about leakage of radioactive water from plant

Japan Gov’t: “System must be established to deal with long-term public health effects” of Fukushima disaster — Grave concerns about radiation exposure

NYTimes: Report suggests extensive damage from quake at Fukushima Daiichi — Pipes may have burst leading to loss of cooling within 30 minutes — “Casts doubts on safety of Japan’s entire fleet of nuclear plants”

Minamisoma Official: Highly contaminated black algae observed everywhere — Due to bioaccumulation

Gov’t Report: Fukushima plant remains vulnerable to quakes, tsunamis

Kyodo Feature: Residents complaining of unexplained hair loss, diarrhea, fatigue around Fukushima plant -Retired Doctor

NRC Official: 90% chance that containment vessels used at Fukushima would “burst” from fuel melting down

Japan parliament releases Fukushima report: Disaster was “clearly manmade” — Evidence quake damaged safety equipment, not tsunami

Asahi: MOX reactor to restart this month in Japan — Nine fault lines run underneath

Financial Times Covers Japan Protests: Public has shifted significantly against nuclear power and have taken to streets — Opposition has grown considerably — Protesters from all walks of life and age groups (VIDEO)

WSJ: Fukushima Daini “still receives lots of radioactive fallout from Fukushima Daiichi”

Tepco: We are focused on ensuring Unit 4 is kept in a stable condition and fixing the three other units… at Fukushima DAINI