Princeton University researchers use the Pentagon’s own plans to debunk the idea that nuclear war could ever be small and tactical.
A smoke plume from the 2017 wildfires in the Pacific Northwest mirrored simulations of nuclear winter, and showed that the aftermath of a nuke war may be worse than anticipated.
"The United States has always sought to use its nuclear weapons for more than deterrence despite protestations to the contrary."
On the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, VICE's new film speaks to British atomic veterans to find out what it's like to experience an atomic bomb explosion up close.
Escaping North Korea cost him five years of his life. Jun Heo now wants to tell the whole world his story.
"Obviously, real wood would be better. But that's better than nothing," an expert in disaster preparedness told me.
On our politics podcast we interview a guy whose nuclear bunker business is booming.
By refusing to negotiate and firing off angry tweets at both the regime and allies like South Korea, the 45th president seems to be flirting with disaster.
The expensive attempt was largely a mechanical failure, but it was still one of the stranger covert ops in US history.
Much has been made of how Donald Trump's "fire and fury" would affect the rest of the world – but what of the ordinary North Koreans living under Kim Jong-un?
In this week's British Dream podcast we try to work out if the Conservative Party, and humanity itself, has any future.