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The fuel for a nuclear bomb is in the hands of an unknown black marketeer from Russia, U.S. officials say

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

In security breach, Russian programmers wrote code for U.S. military communications systems

By Patrick Malone

New strategic bomber contract awarded after millions of dollars worth of lobbying

By Alexander Cohen

DOE says Congress is wasting funds on a South Carolina nuclear plant

By Patrick Malone

Audit shows security gaps persist at nuclear weapons complex penetrated by nun and other activists in 2012

By Patrick Malone

Nuclear cleanup project haunted by legacy of design failures and whistleblower retaliation

By Patrick Malone

Nuclear weapons contractor to pay millions for misuse of federal funds

By Patrick Malone

Bury excess plutonium, don't turn it into fuel, study says

By Patrick Malone and Douglas Birch

Top defense contractors spend millions to get billions

By Alexander Cohen

Pentagon remains stubbornly unable to account for its billions

By Julia Harte

Broken audit promises

By Chris Zubak-Skees and Julia Harte

Fighter’s capture spells trouble for U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State

By Julia Harte and Isabel Hunter

Audit: Nuclear lab lets safety gaps languish for years

By Patrick Malone

Defense budget decision-makers are big recipients of industry funds

By Alexander Cohen

A historic deal with Iran?

By Douglas Birch

Nuclear weapons lab lobbied with federal funds to block competition for lucrative contract

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith