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Rachel Oswald is a reporter for Global Security Newswire, where she covers a wide range of defense issues, including North Korea and missile defense. Prior to joining GSN in 2009, Rachel covered Georgia politics and local government for more than two years at The Covington News, where she won four Georgia Press Association awards for investigative journalism and business reporting. In 2013, she traveled to Kazakhstan as an International Reporting Project fellow where she reported on nonproliferation issues. She is a graduate of the George Washington University, where she majored in Middle Eastern Studies.

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Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

Senate Confirms Creedon for NNSA No. 2 Position

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed Madelyn Creedon to become the No. 2 official at the National Nuclear Security Administration.

Progress Hard to Gauge on Homeland Antimissile Program: Auditors

Congressional auditors are complaining that a dearth of data is making it difficult to judge progress in improving a key homeland antimissile system.

Senate Bill Mandates Study of Nuclear-Arms Storage Sites

Senate appropriators last week approved a bill that would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.

U.S.-China Nuclear Security Exchanges Hampered by Lingering Suspicions

Years after Washington accused China of nuclear espionage, the subject of resuming laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges among scientists remains a sensitive one.

Los Alamos Gets 'Inadequate' Safety Rating from Energy Dept.

The Energy Department has given a key weapons lab an "inadequate" rating for its latest safety record on "nuclear criticality," a measure of atomic stability.

U.S. Downplays Extremist Seizure of Low-Grade Uranium in Iraq

The U.S. State Department on Thursday moved to reduce concern about the recent seizure of low-grade nuclear material in Iraq by Islamic extremists.

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Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Air Force brass on Wednesday defended their decision to spare nuclear-arms personnel from the force cutbacks happening in other parts of the service.

Senate Confirms Creedon for NNSA No. 2 Position

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed Madelyn Creedon to become the No. 2 official at the National Nuclear Security Administration.

Progress Hard to Gauge on Homeland Antimissile Program: Auditors

Congressional auditors are complaining that a dearth of data is making it difficult to judge progress in improving a key homeland antimissile system.

Senate Bill Mandates Study of Nuclear-Arms Storage Sites

Senate appropriators last week approved a bill that would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.

U.S.-China Nuclear Security Exchanges Hampered by Lingering Suspicions

Years after Washington accused China of nuclear espionage, the subject of resuming laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges among scientists remains a sensitive one.

Los Alamos Gets 'Inadequate' Safety Rating from Energy Dept.

The Energy Department has given a key weapons lab an "inadequate" rating for its latest safety record on "nuclear criticality," a measure of atomic stability.

U.S. Downplays Extremist Seizure of Low-Grade Uranium in Iraq

The U.S. State Department on Thursday moved to reduce concern about the recent seizure of low-grade nuclear material in Iraq by Islamic extremists.

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