Bill Mesler

Bill Mesler is a Baltimore-based journalist who writes frequently for The Nation.

The Pentagon’s ‘Nonlethal’ Gas The Pentagon’s ‘Nonlethal’ Gas

Research support provided by the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute.

Jan 30, 2003 / Feature / Bill Mesler

The Pentagon’s Radioactive Bullet The Pentagon’s Radioactive Bullet

It is about two feet long, cylindrical and far denser than steel. When fired from a U.S. Army M1 Abrams tank, it is capable of drilling a hole through the strongest of tank armor...

Aug 23, 2001 / Feature / Bill Mesler

Springtime for Nuclear Springtime for Nuclear

Forget Three Mile Island! The buzzword now is "environmentally preferable."

Jul 12, 2001 / Feature / Bill Mesler

The Spy Who Wasn’t The Spy Who Wasn’t

Pat Buchanan calls Wen Ho Lee the epicenter of the most dangerous penetration of America's nuclear labs "since the Rosenbergs went to the electric chair in 1953." Senator Don Nic...

Jul 22, 1999 / Feature / Bill Mesler