The Poseidon is the largest torpedo ever built and runs on a nuclear-powered engine.
The pictures from state TV are a look inside one of the world's largest deployed nuclear weapons.
Some programs are being cut, but the Pentagon document points to a nuclear future.
The process behind generating the nuclear biscuit was a secret for decades. Now it's in a museum.
In 1962, Vasily Arkhipov made a fateful decision that averted a nuclear war. Now his story will be sung.
The lost nuke has never been found—only the pilot's helmet was recovered, and the government kept it secret for years.
NYC’s advice to nuclear war survivors is good, but it still supposes a world where the living don’t envy the dead.
And showing infographics of how Russian nuclear weapons could "sink" Britain "once and for all".
“We’re all going to die someday,” said Margarita Simonyan, editor in chief of RT, while TV anchor Vladimir Solovyov added that at least “we will go to heaven.”