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Deadly pathogens repeatedly dispatched by U.S. labs to unsecure sites

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U.S. declines to acknowledge Afghanistan’s child soldiers, experts complain

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Scientists say nuclear fuel pools around the country pose safety and health risks

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

Auditors criticize Pentagon for wasting property and ammunition

By Lauren Chadwick

Debunked: Terrorist attacks often occur in clusters

By Lauren Chadwick

Global military spending is increasing

By Lauren Chadwick

You could buy an Australian island for what the Pentagon says it would cost to take inventory — of one item

By Lauren Chadwick

Belgium orders immediate security upgrade at its nuclear sites

By Patrick Malone

Most voters favor cutting defense spending. Politicians say otherwise

By Lauren Chadwick

Got a quarter of a trillion dollars? Or a half?

By Patrick Malone

Workers threw out U.S. nuclear secrets with common rubbish for 20 years

By Patrick Malone

Big U.S. foreign policy initiatives unlikely this year

By R. Jeffrey Smith

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

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

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