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"As we have got nothing in return, we will no longer gift the US president with something he can boast of," a North Korean official said.
An animated video from the Red Cross shows a city getting nuked, and it’s a terrifying look at what happens when the government can’t save...
The video predicts that trees would "snap like toothpicks" and humans would be "tossed around like a grain of dust."
North Korea accuses the Trump administration of ‘misleading’ the public after nuclear talks break down
Nuclear talks between the US and North Korea have seemingly broken down once again, and the two sides have conflicting stories on the matter.
MIT scientists have figured out a way to tell if a nuclear weapon is real or fake — a crucial step toward reducing the number of nukes in the wo...
The technology encrypts its data, so weapons inspectors wouldn't have access to military secrets about how a nuke was designed or built.
The UK has four nuclear submarines that wait underwater for signs that their country still exists. One of these is on BBC Radio 4's "Today" program.
There are about 13,885 nuclear weapons in the world. Here's an overview of the world's nuclear states and their arsenal.
A terrifying new animation shows how 1 ‘tactical’ nuclear weapon could trigger a US-Russia war that kills 34 million people in 5 hours
"Plan A" is a hypothetical yet eerily plausible scenario imagined by nuclear weapons experts. It shows 91 million deaths and injuries in hours.
Trump keeps threatening US enemies with destructive power greater than nuclear weapons — experts say that’s ‘crazy talk’
Nothing comes close to a thermonuclear weapon. Insider spoke to the US's leading arms control experts, who struggled to make sense of what Trump said.
Russia’s nuclear weapons tests were linked to a radioactive explosion. Trump’s friendliness with Putin makes it hard for NATO to do anythi...
Three NATO officials said that Trump's recent suggestion that Russia should rejoin the G7 has hampered NATO's ability to take a hard line with Putin.
A popular Reddit thread about an "atomic cigarette lighter" seems true. In 1952, the physicist Ted Taylor used a nuclear blast to ignite his smoke.