Japan Nuclear Fears Worsen; Growing Criticism of Government Response

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An aerial view of explosions at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station on March 15, 2011.
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A chosen few plant workers, government and even elite U.S. military resources have been used to try and avoid a disaster at nuclear power stations in Japan; meanwhile, there's a growing feeling in the country that the government has not been forthright or effective; a look at e-books and libraries; four New York Times reporters are missing in Libya; a look at the workers who might be left behind to try and prevent disaster at a power plant in the U.S. should something similar occur; the new "catastrophe bond" market; an update on several countries in the Middle East; comedy at South By Southwest; and a look at just how dangerous and scary radiation really is.