The 2018 Nuclear Posture Review calls for "low-yield" bombs on submarine-launched ballistic missiles. One critic charges that these weapons give Trump "a kind of gateway drug for nuclear war."
Many of Donald Trump's actions and tweets prior to the release of his national security strategy provided Beijing and Moscow with opportunities to extend their influence and power.
The vice president, on a trip to Asia, says "we'll see what happens" vis-a-vis meeting with North Korean officials at the upcoming Olympics in South Korea.
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.
Two U.S. military veterans go to Japan to discuss the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the urgent need for nuclear disarmament.
The agreements still require approval from the International Olympic Committee, but they are prominent steps toward rapprochement.
The proposal, not yet approved by the president, would put the U.S. in a more aggressive stance. Critics argue it would make nuclear conflict more likely.
The president's cavalier threat to start a nuclear holocaust cannot be dismissed as the rant of an immature bully.
The president's program renders the United States more unpopular and vulnerable to external threats and fans the flames of conflict in the Middle East.