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Nuclear Waste: Washington has ignored a cheaper way to dispose of its plutonium — until now

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Nuclear Waste: Extremism in defense of federally-paid jobs is no vice in South Carolina

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Nuclear Waste: A $1 billion Energy Department project overshoots its budget by 600 percent

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Nuclear Waste: How a huge U.S. nonproliferation program became a major proliferation concern

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Obama’s nuclear targeting revisions create a path to smaller arsenals

By R. Jeffrey Smith

F35 program may be unaffordable, auditor says

By Richard H.P. Sia

Security lapse provokes new criticism of huge role played by costly intelligence contractors

By Richard H.P. Sia

Pentagon may be wasting a billion dollars a year in erroneous payments to contractors

By Richard H.P. Sia

Target malfunctions imperil U.S. missile defense effort

By Richard H.P. Sia

Practice attack on Moscow was anything but routine

By Douglas Birch

Nuclear security bill clears House but Senate prospects unclear

By Global Security Newswire

Washington fury over military sexual assaults hits the Pentagon

By Richard H.P. Sia and Douglas Birch

New sexual assault trouble in the Air Force

By Richard H.P. Sia

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