Workers are fired once they have heatstroke -Fukushima Daiichi Worker

Mayor: Free medical care needed for exposed residents — They say we’ll be ok under 20 millisieverts a year, “we cannot take it literally” — Health hazards due to radiation exposure a concern for rest of lives

Photographer: After seeing conditions in Fukushima, it feels like Hiroshima is happening again -Japan Times

Former Fukushima Daiichi Worker: My best guess is explosion had to blow lid off pressure vessel at Reactor 1

Kyodo: Japan’s Prime Minster to meet with protestors — Growing scale of rallies appears to have forced a change of stance

Worker confirms Tepco taking weekends off at Fukushima Daiichi

US nuclear experts were concerned over Japan’s plan to ‘goop’ Fukushima Daiichi with ‘Fix It’ — “Can form a glue-like material (peanut butter!) and may cause more problems”

Fukushima weather forecast giving out radiation levels

Fukushima seafood goes on sale in Tokyo, prices 20% higher than usual — “I’m so relieved that octopuses from Fukushima have finally become available” (VIDEO)

Reuters: ‘No immediate risk to health’ is same as saying there is a ‘long-term risk to health’ -Farmer

Gov’t: Japan’s only active nuclear reactors may be stopped

NHK: Criminal inquiry into nuclear accident begins — Fukushima disaster “a criminal act by the gov’t and Tepco”? — Multiple prosecutors coordinating investigation

Tokyo Paper: Thick iron shielding placed below radiation monitoring post — Dose was double 5 meters away

Japan TV: Monitoring posts show far lower radiation dose — Levels shoot up just steps away

Tepco planning to float balloon inside Reactor 1 in early August — Inspecting top floor with spent fuel pool

Two workers fall ill while at Reactor 3, transported to hospital in ambulance — Both had altered consciousness

NHK: Cooling system at Onagawa nuke plant was flooded by tsunami — AP: Basement was flooded in one of Onagawa’s reactor buildings — NEI: Flooding at facility was not a problem

Tepco announces live web cam to be removed from location within hours at Fukushima Daiichi — New view near sludge storage facility planned (PHOTOS)

AP: Link between nuclear weapons and nuclear power is “becoming increasingly clear” says Japan professor — Nuclear power industry not thrilled people are talking about it

57-year-old former chief of Fukushima plant had brain hemorrhage after becoming ill while out last Thursday — “Symptoms are serious” says Tepco — Hemorrhagic syndromes increased 9-fold after Chernobyl

Gundersen: I think they will get to point of throwing concrete on Fukushima reactors and coming back in 300 to 500 years (VIDEO)

Ex-Chief at Fukushima Daiichi bleeding to brain — Undergoes emergency brain hemorrhage surgery — Already suffering from cancer in esophagus