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Ex-employee sentenced for taking bribes  Joseph Lupton, 59, who was a purchasing agent, admitted that he took between $10,000 and $15,000 in cash Set of security keys lost
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  Lab rolls out new radiation detectors
Appointment of heads to 6 new programs Embattled laboratory rehires fired guard  Lawrence National lab will comply with a federal arbitrator's order that it rehire Mathew Zipoli   Lab cancels public tours and events  300 students were scheduled to participate in a 'Science on Saturday' program but the event has been cancelled 2 scientists receives AAAS distinction  Jeff Wadsworth and Craig Smith have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science High power microwave zapper  Scientists have been working on a weapon that may play a major role in the opening of a possible war in Iraq Lab toxin leaks no health risk  Toxins released more than 30 years ago pose no health risks to the surrounding community Fallen lab official was espionage expert

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  William Cleveland Jr resigned from counterespionage post after acknowledging an affair with a suspected Chinese agent
  The device, known as RadNet, will be able to sniff out nuclear materials with a cutting-edge sensor

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  Keys could unlock gates and offices at a nuclear weapons lab. Officials have since changed all locks
May.30   Feds will evaluate Lab security  Federal investigators will evaluate whether the government should take over security at a nuclear weapons lab

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Jun.3 3 security managers suspended  An electronic key card went missing for 6 weeks before top managers were informed Jun.13 Security shakeup
  The Laboratory officials are shaking up the management following high-profile gaffes

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Aug.6 3 workers arrested
  Three foreign nationals have been arrested by agents of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Aug.10 Protesters oppose 'bunker busters''
  Hundreds rallied outside a lab to protest the plan to develop so-called bombs designed to burrow into the ground
Aug.19 New associate director of engineering  Steven Patterson will lead more than 2200 engineers, designers, technicians and other workers

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Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95
Sep.12 Brushfire burned 30 acres  The wind blew a branch into a power line. 60 firefighters, 2 air tankers, a helicopter teamed up to put out the flames Sep.14 Lab cited for radiation violations  Laboratory has been tentatively cited for a violation that allowed a worker to receive twice the annual allowed dose Sep.29 Audit finds firearms control weak  The nuclear weapons facility hasn't been doing a good enough job tracking firearms assigned to security personnel

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Nov.2 Proposal to rename lab after Teller
  A proposal to rename lab after hydrogen bomb pioneer is being supported by politicians and peace activists alike Nov.11 Small fire  Fire began during routine roofing work, starting in an inside wall and spreading to less than 50 feet of the building Nov.20 Discrimination suit settled for $17.9 million
  Laboratory has to add a 1% raise for the lab's 2,500 women employees

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Dec.4 New security chief named
  National Laboratory officials have appointed a former Secret Service agent Russell G. Miller as a new security chief

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