David Kestenbaum David Kestenbaum is a science correspondent for NPR. His job allows him to combine his extensive background in physics with his love of broadcast journalism.
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A Look Back at the 2003 Blackout
Classified Los Alamos Data May Not Be Missing
Messenger Mercury Probe Set for Liftoff
New Safety Standards Proposed for Dirty Bomb Attacks
Flawed Tracking System Suspected in Missing Nuclear Data
Lab Suspends Employees Over Missing Data
FBI Investigates Missing Data at Los Alamos
Hawking Alters Theory of Black Holes
Security Leak Halts Classified Work at U.S. Weapons Lab
Former Army Scientist Sues 'N.Y. Times'
Prairie Dogs Yield Bioterrorism Insight
Yucca Mountain Ruling Confuses Nuclear Waste Plans
Dupont Faces Fine for Silence on Teflon Risks