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U.S. Weighs Consolidating Bomb Materials

To guard against terrorists storming a U.S. weapons lab and setting off a crude nuclear device, the Bush administration is considering consolidating much of the nation’s plutonium and bomb-grade uranium at a few highly secure sites, including concrete bunkers in Idaho. Currently, the material is scattered at 13 sites around the country. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman is expected to get an advisory board’s report next month on the potential cost savings and security improvements from combining the hundreds of tons of weapons fuel.Full Story

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