As AI plays an increasing role in military affairs, human roles, even in nuclear decision-making, are likely to be progressively diminished.
Nobody knows what to do with a vast uranium and plutonium stockpile built up in the U.K. by reprocessing spent fuel.
Facing a world in which there are now two forms of potential humanly induced annihilation --- the fast and slow ones --- I don’t simply want to dump them on my son.
The U.S. defense secretary and his Chinese counterpart strike a positive note as they tackle the thorny issue of how to get North Korea to fulfill a pledge to abandon its nuclear program.
Amid improving technology and plunging costs for wind, solar and other renewables, the energy picture is shifting in many countries.
Daniel Ellsberg reveals that the Pentagon Papers were not the first classified documents he removed from his workplace, and some are still relevant today.
In this episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer interviews William Perry, who served under President Clinton. [Transcript added.]
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Russia's Sergey Lavrov that the two countries should work together to contain tensions.
Although Trump’s inflammatory remarks sparked concern, his own administration doesn’t take his threats seriously.
A former Air Force software engineer writes about his time living underground in the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, America’s nuclear command center.