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

By James Arkin

Russian bank hires two former U.S. senators

By Alexander Cohen

Fired Los Alamos nuclear expert files appeal

By Douglas Birch

White House faces Democratic Senate revolt over nuclear security cuts

By James Arkin

U.S. now faces threat of U.S.-made weapons in Iraq

By Douglas Birch

Growing number of biosafety labs raises public health concern

By James Arkin

Russian gas company hires D.C. lobbyists

By Alexander Cohen

Briefing the president but keeping the public in the dark

By James Arkin

Nuclear weapons lab employee fired after publishing scathing critique of the arms race

By Douglas Birch

U.S. loses track of weapons shipped to Afghanistan

By James Arkin

Unpaid tax debts surprisingly frequent among those with U.S. security clearances

By Alexander Cohen

Obama curbs nuclear security goals as bomb-building budget grows

By Douglas Birch

Afghans don’t like soybeans, despite a big U.S. push

By Alexander Cohen and James Arkin

Lawmakers complain about shoddy intelligence contractor database

By James Arkin

Federal contract employee reviewed 15,152 security clearances in a month, audit says

By R. Jeffrey Smith

Federal auditors say Obama administration underestimates nuclear weapons costs

By R. Jeffrey Smith

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