Since the end of the Cold War, has the likelihood that a nuclear weapon will explode on U.S. soil gone up or gone down? The answer of a new Harvard study is unequivocal--it has gone up. Harvard's strategic analysts contend that either a state or a terrorist group could be ready in a matter of months to detonate a nuclear explosion with a budget of just a few hundred thousand dollars. The deed could be done with as little as a softball-sized 30 lb. of highly enriched uranium, with ...

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