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Plutonium is missing, but the government says nothing

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

The world may soon be awash in advanced, lethal drones

By R. Jeffrey Smith and Matt Stroud

The United States has spent at least $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism since 9/11

By Julia Donheiser

Los Alamos would lose some future bomb production under new Trump administration plan 

By R. Jeffrey Smith

Key sites proposed for nuclear bomb production are plagued by safety problems

By Patrick Malone

U.S. involvement in Afghanistan isn’t bringing peace or prosperity there

By R. Jeffrey Smith

Trump administration accelerates military study of artificial intelligence

By Matt Stroud and R. Jeffrey Smith

Pentagon official says America must join an arms race in weaponry with artificial intelligence

By Matt Stroud

A speech by Putin heats up a global arms race in hypersonic weapons

By Matt Stroud

Chairman of nuclear weapons oversight agency steps down amid internal turmoil

By Patrick Malone

Trump administration’s planned nuclear upgrade is being undermined by cost overruns

By Patrick Malone and Peter Cary

Deadly bugs on the loose: Federal monitors scramble to keep track of dangerous bioterror research

By Jeffrey E. Stern and Patrick Malone

Can Trump single-handedly order a nuclear attack on North Korea?

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

Energy undersecretary wants nuclear safety reports hidden from public

By Patrick Malone

GOP chair of nuclear safety agency secretly urges Trump to abolish it

By Patrick Malone and R. Jeffrey Smith

Los Alamos laboratory director announces he will step down

By Peter Cary, R. Jeffrey Smith and Patrick Malone

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