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Lawmakers boost war spending as the wars wind down

By Julia Harte and Alexander Cohen

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

By Douglas Birch

America remains top arms seller to the world

By Julia Harte

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

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

By Douglas Birch

U.S. companies supply eavesdropping gear to Central Asian autocrats

By Julia Harte

Nuclear weapons lab used taxpayer funds to obtain more taxpayer funds

By R. Jeffrey Smith

Ex-senators Breaux and Lott confirm lobbying for Russian bank on Ukraine sanctions

By Alexander Cohen

Energy Department inspector blocked from probing dismissal of Hanford engineer

By Julia Harte

Marine Corps settles dispute with whistleblower

By Julia Harte

U.S. Senate passes bill curtailing conflicts of interest in security clearance contracts

By Julia Harte

DOE official seeks probe of dissident analyst’s dismissal by nuclear weapons laboratory

By Douglas Birch

Afghan government can’t account for billions of dollars in Pentagon aid

By James Arkin

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