News bites: Jaczko faces objections from commissioners on nuclear plan

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko is facing objections from three of his fellow commissioners on a plan to move quickly to make decisions on a suite of regulatory changes outlined in a task force report on U.S. nuclear safety, The New York Times reports.

Attorney General Eric Holder said in a letter Wednesday that a $20 billion fund established to compensate the victims of last year's oil spill will be audited, Reuters reports.

A top United Nations official warned that climate change could lead to global instability, according to MSNBC.

The United Nations failed again Wednesday to come to an agreement on how to address climate change, the Times says.

There are more Japanese cattle tainted by radiation than officials originally thought, Bloomberg reports.

The Times explores the efforts of a coalition of tribal leaders and government agencies to prepare for the effects of climate change on a Washington river.