The famous whistleblower discusses his new book, "The Doomsday Machine," and the terrible price we are still paying for the Cold War.
The Pentagon Papers whistleblower explains how the danger of nuclear weapons might be conveyed more effectively to the general public.
A major, underreported U.S. military buildup for the purpose of confronting China -- a campaign that involves nuclear weapons -- is underway in Asia and the Pacific.
On Feb. 25 the Santa Monica City Council votes on whether Paul Conrad's peace sculpture should be knocked over and replaced with retail development. Because nothing says we should work to prevent nuclear self-annihilation like a Tommy Bahama, a food court and a lighted fountain full of pennies tossed by shoppers wishing for world peace with their eyes closed.Nothing says we should work to prevent nuclear self-annihilation like a Tommy Bahama, a food court and a fountain full of pennies tossed by shoppers wishing for world peace with their eyes closed.
The first structural engineer hired by Santa Monica officials to assess the safety of former L.A. Times cartoonist Paul Conrad's anti-nuclear war sculpture declared that the work "is not an imminent hazard nor should it be considered dangerous." But officials still want to tear it down.