William Hennigan

Los Angeles Times / Chicago Tribune

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Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, he formerly covered aerospace

William Hennigan on KCRW

When nuclear warheads need to travel, they are loaded into old 18 wheelers and driven across the country on US highways. Drivers are underpaid and overworked.

Is it safe to transport nuclear warheads on long haul trucks?

When nuclear warheads need to travel, they are loaded into old 18 wheelers and driven across the country on US highways. Drivers are underpaid and overworked.

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For the third time since October, an American military "advisor" was killed in Iraq today.

US Service Member Killed in Iraq

For the third time since October, an American military "advisor" was killed in Iraq today.

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Even by aerospace standards, the numbers are stunning: 100 new Stealth bombers to be built in the Antelope Valley, thousands of new jobs, and all paid for with $60 billion in federal…

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