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Molina plans to move HQ Downtown

Molina Healthcare of New Mexico plans to consolidate two Albuquerque office locations and about 650 employees from the North Interstate… more »

The 1940s-era Oak Ridge, Tenn., plant is a linchpin of the Energy Department’s nuclear weapons complex, responsible for making thermonuclear assemblies for hydrogen bombs. It has become increasingly costly to operate because of aging equipment, deteriorating facilities and soaring overhead costs. (Courtesy of the Energy Dept.)

America’s nuclear readiness showing its age

Our aging atomic arsenal is growing increasingly more costly to operate and maintain. Analysts blame it on deteriorating equipment and facilities, soaring costs and mismanagement.