Chernobyl 30th Anniversary a Cause for Celebration

(Kiev, Ukraine — April 26, 2016) – The world paused today and celebrated the 30th anniversary of the worst commercial nuclear disaster in history. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant, located here in Kiev, exploded on April 26, 1986, irradiating much of Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Europe. As Ukraine was part of the secretive Soviet Union…

Three Mile Island Celebrates Homecoming 35 Years in the Making

(Middletown, PA) – Question: What do you do with the land surrounding the site of the worst nuclear accident to ever occur in the United States? Answer: Wait 35 years, hire a developer, and build a new, family-oriented neighborhood! That’s exactly what is happening in Middletown, PA, the town hosting the Three Mile Island (TMI)…

Congress to Obama on Crimea: Do Something!

(Washington, DC) – Schizophrenic Republican lawmakers hammered President Obama (D-IL/Kenya) today for not taking decisive action against Russia for its invasion of Crimea in Ukraine. The same individuals who demanded an end to US involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan are now calling for action against the only country on the planet, other than the United…

Crimea in Crisis

(Simferopol, Ukraine) – Just yesterday, it seemed impossible for the events unfolding in Crimea could get any worse. Wrong. Although a major Russian military base is located in Crimea, an eastern part of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin assured that world just days ago that he had no intention of intervening militarily due to the…

US Exclaims “Criminy!” over Criminal Russian Crimes in Crimea

(Simferopol, Ukraine) – Just 10 days ago, Ukrainians protesting against the corrupt government of President Viktor Yanukovych took to the streets of Kiev, fighting Ukrainian police on Independence Square. Just eight days ago, pro-government snipers killed over 70 protesters. And just seven days ago, Yanukovych fled Kiev for the safety of his primary benefactor, Russia.…

Cafeteria Commemorates Calamity of Chernobyl: Special Menu Offered for Anniversary

(Bethesda, MD) – The NLM Cafeteria, commonly known as the Eat-‘N-Runs, joined the world in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, though it is unknown how many cafeterias worldwide paused to remember the important date in history. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant, located in Kiev, Ukraine, exploded on April 26, 1986, irradiating…