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Boasting that Russia's nuclear arsenal has already surpassed its competitors, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a fire and brimstone warning to his nuclear rivals Thursday.
Stephen Hawking: Humans need to leave Earth or risk being annihilated by nuclear war or climate change
Stephen Hawking, who died in March, wrote a collection of essays that were published this week. Hawking believed humans need to leave the Earth to survive as a race. In one of the essays, he wrote that he is worried about the possibility of nuclear war and the devastating effects of climate change.
Trump has Germany thinking about getting nuclear weapons, but some think it’s a ‘totally phoney debate’
Trump's apparent disdain for the US's European allies has many of them rethinking their defense capabilities. In Germany, that means a renewed round of debate over whether nuclear weapons are needed.
Nuclear weapons are as confusing as they are deadly — here are 16 terms you keep hearing and what they actually mean
President Donald Trump and his administration is negotiating with Kim Jong Un over North Korea's program to develop nuclear warheads, bombs, and missiles. As talks proceed, it's helpful to define some of the most important (and misunderstood) words, phrases, and acronyms related to nukes.
The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August of 1945 marked the end of the World War II, and the beginning of the age of nuclear weapons.
Saudi Arabia developed a nuclear energy policy after quietly meeting with the US energy secretary Rick Perry
Saudi Arabia's renewed push towards nuclear power may be linked to the growing threat of Iran in the Midddle East.
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‘We are concerned’: Democratic senators hit Trump at a rare Senate hearing on nuclear weapons authority
"Even in the absence of a nuclear attack against our country, no one can tell the president 'no,'" one senator said.
It's been decades since the United States dropped the first atomic bomb. Here's how powerful nuclear weapons have become since then.