Babies grow a moustache in the womb. Then eat it.
“This is 2018. We shouldn't still be contaminating people with plutonium,” said a worker at the Hanford site in eastern Washington.
The new nuclear weapons include a cruise missile with unlimited range and an underwater drone that cannot be intercepted by antimissile systems, the Russian president said. He then said that the build-up is designed to bring about global peace.
Advances in North Korea’s weapons program could serve as a lure for would-be nuclear powers.
Americans are in a collective panic this week over a North Korean statement that it's planning to fire missiles near Guam. But they've said this before.
Administration officials tried to soften the president’s threats to Pyongyang this week, but Asian countries heard him loud and clear.
Experts called Trump's tweet claiming that his first order as president was to renovate and modernize the nuclear arsenal "completely false."
The United States currently has an estimated 7,000 nuclear weapons, while Russia has a stockpile estimated at 7,300.
There are about 15,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Donald Trump will soon control about half of them.
The North Korean dictator posed for photos with an apparent mockup of the warhead. The country claims it could be mounted on a missile, but experts are skeptical.
A new study released by the Nuclear Threat Initiative showed that more than a quarter of countries with weapons-grade nuclear materials were not prepared to protect themselves from a cyberattack.
The plan includes dropping hydrogen bombs on a ton of Soviet airbases and some smaller nuclear weapons on civilian populations.
The agreement on the country's nuclear program was initially reached with six world powers in July.
Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader has reignited the debate about whether to replace Britain's nuclear weapons. Here are the facts about the missiles and the submarines that launch them.
State media in Pyongyang said the Yongbyon complex is back in operation and that the country is ready to launch nuclear weapons "at any time."
The secretive state said that it has secured the technology to make warheads small enough to fit on a missile. U.S. officials said the photos are not real.
Pedro Mascheroni, 79, was arrested after an FBI sting operation in which he offered to help a person he believed to be a Venezuelan intelligence officer develop a nuclear warhead.
The UK government is already running up a bill for its new nuclear weapons programme, even though the project hasn't been given the official go-ahead.
The insurgents reportedly took uranium compounds from Mosul University. The material could potentially be used for manufacturing weapons of mass destruction.
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Billionaire Sheldon Adelson advocated sending a nuclear bomb into the desert of Iran as a warning shot. "And then you say, 'See, the next one is in the middle of Tehran. So we mean business. You want to be wiped out, go ahead, take a tough position and then continue with your nuclear development.'"
Aeroflot, Russia's largest airline, is currently running a tourism billboard in Brussels that isn't very inviting.
Aide criticizes those who refuse to talk about a military option. Says he would support Israel if they launch a unilateral strike on Iran.