3 men exposed to over 250 millisieverts — TEPCO claims no ‘immediate’ impact on health

High-tech equipment is malfunctioning around Reactor No. 2

TEPCO: We’ll do utmost to get plant under control; Still huge number of obstacles — Decontamination system malfunctions during test run

Japan nuclear expert: Risk of overflow as serious as meltdown — Tepco should’ve acknowledged risk weeks ago

“Pump failure nearly brings No. 5 to a boil”

Anything above might cause the water to evaporate and expose the fuel rods.

Tepco Confirms Meltdown of Reactors No. 2 and 3 — No. 3 in worse condition

UPDATE 2-Tepco confirms meltdowns at 2 more Fukushima reactors, Reuters By Shinichi Saoshiro, May 24, 2011

TEPCO acknowledges ‘vapor’ is still being seen at Reactors No. 2, 3 and 4 spent fuel pools

Tepco says fuel in Reactors No. 2 and 3 may have melted — Announcement about the two reactors “will be made later”

Two other reactors have serious core damage — Indicates there are holes in bottom of vessels at No. 2 and 3

“Reactor Rupture”: TEPCO says “there must be a large leak” in No. 1 reactor — Reveals No. 2 and 3 may have similar ruptures

Reactor Rupture Could Slow Japan Plant Stabilization, National Journal’s Global Security Newswire, May 12, 2011

“Nuclear meltdown at Fukushima” — TEPCO worried fuel burned a hole through bottom of containment vessel

Telegraph, May 12, 2011

Increased risk of explosion at No. 1 reactor after drop in pressure and temperature — TEPCO: Risk of explosion “is not high”

TEPCO official describes possible meltdown at No. 1 reactor: The “molten fuel accumulates like lava”

TEPCO official reveals there is “little doubt” plutonium has leaked from Fukushima (VIDEO)

NHK, April 18, 2011 at 4:43 pm EDT