News bites: Nuclear waste dumping, health risks from wildfire smoke, and more

Bloomberg reports indecision from lawmakers has caused a large bulk of America's nuclear waste to be dumped into a single site. 

The Los Angeles Times reports wildfire smoke may pose a health risk to millions of Americans, even those living hundreds of miles away.

The Associated Press unwraps the multiple mishaps that have occurred at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant this year.

The Miami Herald reports Florida has approved a 600-mile pipeline that would carry natural gas from Alabama to central Florida.

The Houston Chronicle looks into a report by the Energy Department that says Texas's Eagle Ford Shale is outproducing North Dakota's Bakken Shale.