What will historians say a century from now, if they still exist? That the most intelligent known species in the universe lost its mind.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists sees increased threats to global survival from nuclear weapons and climate change—and President Trump.
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee who sent out a false missile alert refuses to talk to the FCC or internal investigators.
The world now stands "at the very limit," said the leader of the Catholic Church. "I am really afraid of this.”
A former Air Force software engineer writes about his time living underground in the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, America’s nuclear command center.
Fifty years after the Glassboro Summit between President Johnson (pictured right) and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, we should question the wisdom of leaders averse to any U.S.-Russia detente.
Russia-baiting has given the president huge incentives to prove he is not Vladimir Putin's flunky and boosted the odds of a showdown between the world's two nuclear superpowers.
The linguist and political commentator discusses the U.S. president, Russia, history and the future in a recent interview. (Pictured, two scientists at a Jan. 26 news conference.)