Nuclear Weapons


5 Reasons Trump Should Be Way More Concerned About North Korea's Submarine Missile Launch

Successfully launching a missile from a sub takes North Korea a step closer to a solid-fuel ICBM that can strike the United States.


North Korea Nuke Talks Are Restarting This Week. Experts Are Not Hopeful of a Breakthrough

Trump's former National Security Advisor John Bolton says they're futile: Kim Jong-un "will never give up the nuclear weapons voluntarily."


North Korea Said It Wants to Restart Nuclear Talks. Then It Tested Two More Missiles.

North Korea's short-range arsenal doesn't cross Washington's red line, but the missiles could hit U.S. allies Japan and South Korea.


Radioactive Barges Are Killing the Vibe on This Russian Beach After Deadly Missile Blast

They landed near the mouth of the Verkhovka river, and have been sitting there with no official warning signs beyond a dirty red shirt stretched between two wooden poles, according local Russian media.​


So, Here’s Why You Probably Don’t Want to Nuke a Hurricane

We can't believe we have to say this, but it's not a good idea.


What You Need to Know About Trump's Wild Weekend in North Korea

Meanwhile, the White House is reportedly ready to accept North Korea as a nuclear power, rather than demanding full denuclearization.


Kim Jong Un is rebuilding a rocket site — and sending a message to Trump

Days after a second summit with Trump, new satellite images suggest that North Korea is rebuilding a long-range rocket site.


The Trump-Kim lovefest is back in action

Donald Trump rekindled his love affair with Kim Jong Un during their second in-person meeting on Wednesday.


North Korea is making sure its nukes survive if the U.S. strikes

U.N. monitors reported they had observed “a consistent trend on the part of North Korea to disperse its assembly, storage and testing locations.”


The U.S. has rejected Russia’s offer to try to save a key nuclear treaty

The INF pact has kept Europe free of nuclear missiles for three decades.


Why the People Responsible for US Nukes Tweeted a Veiled Threat on New Year’s Eve

The horrifying gaffe raises questions about how the US military uses social media.


Putin on a nuclear arms race: Bring it on

The INF Treaty is about to get shredded.