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Defense contractor employees give the most money to Hillary Clinton

By Alexander Cohen

Nuclear Security: A vital goal but a distant prospect

By R. Jeffrey Smith

Report: Brussels suicide bombers sought radioactive materials

By Patrick Malone

Bio-threat protections inadequate

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

A terrorist group’s plot to create a radioactive ‘dirty bomb’

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

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

By Patrick Malone

Obama’s budget would kill costly plutonium disposition project

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

Experts warn that nuclear risks may be increasing

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

ISIS and fumbling control of nuclear materials: Center's investigations into global threats in 2015

By The Center for Public Integrity

India’s nuclear explosive materials are vulnerable to theft, U.S. officials and experts say

By Adrian Levy and R. Jeffrey Smith

Human rights commission in India opens official probe into excessive radiation exposures

By R. Jeffrey Smith

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