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Battle to Save a Dying Arizona Coal Plant Goes to Washington

For more than four decades, the Navajo generating station in the dusty Four Corners area of Arizona has been the region’s economic engine, generating jobs and vital government revenue along with 2,250 megawatts of power. 

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Nuclear Plants Closing Early Leave Decades of Toxic Waste Stranded

More than 76,000 metric tons of waste is stranded at dozens of commercial sites, just as the U.S. approaches a critical mass of nuclear-plant retirements.