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Lawmakers boost war spending as the wars wind down

By Julia Harte and Alexander Cohen

A break-in at a South African nuclear complex alarms Washington and strains relations years later

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Navy should develop new ship and sub reactors that don’t use weapons-grade uranium, experts say

By Douglas Birch

Surprise at the diplomatic discord between Washington and Pretoria

By Douglas Birch

South African who attacked a nuclear plant is a hero to his government and fellow citizens

By Douglas Birch

America remains top arms seller to the world

By Julia Harte

South Africa rebuffs repeated U.S. demands that it relinquish its nuclear explosives

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

The assault on Pelindaba

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Flagship military university hired foreign officers linked to human rights abuses in Latin America

By Julia Harte and R. Jeffrey Smith

U.S. efforts to stem 'extreme threat to global security' far from complete

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Secrets got loose at nuclear weapons laboratory, an auditor says

By Douglas Birch

U.S. troops burned waste in hazardous open pits while safer incinerators sat idle

By Julia Harte

The defense industry's friend inside Congress and outside Congress

By Alexander Cohen

Obama proposes to boost spending for nuclear armaments

By Douglas Birch

National security findings you may have missed

By The Center for Public Integrity

Advisory panel tells Congress the nuclear weapons complex is too big and too old

By Douglas Birch

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