‘America’s Chernobyl’: Inside the most toxic place in the nation07:30
Experts call it “the most toxic place in America” and “an underground Chernobyl waiting to happen”: the Hanford nuclear site in Washington state, which produced plutonium for America’s nuclear arsenal 70 years ago. Today the federal government spends about $2 billion taxpayer dollars a year to contain deadly waste there. NBC investigative correspondent Ronan Farrow takes a closer look as part of TODAY’s Undercovered series.
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Bloomberg on climate change: 'This world is in trouble'21:04
Bloomberg on 2020: Any candidate ‘better darn well have a plan’ on climate change01:15
Politics and climate change: How to break the paralysis07:43
How do we explain the urgency of climate change?10:31
Most Americans agree on climate change, but there’s still a serious political divide02:02