Weapons experts are puzzling over Trump’s words. Some think he may have been talking about a nuclear warhead that was modified to reduce its explosive power - known as the W76-2
Riyadh is systematically building a nuclear infrastructure that it could easily flip from civilian to military purposes. A Saudi Arabia whose strategic interests align with the U.S. and Israel today may be a very different country down the line
At a scaled down event at Nagasaki Peace Park, Mayor Tomihisa Taue raises concern that nuclear states had in recent years retreated from disarmament efforts
Despite coronavirus, city marks anniversary, with mayor reminiscing the role of the Spanish Flu pandemic in sparking WW2
IAEA report details suspected activities and materials including 'the possible presence...of natural uranium in the form of a metal disc' at a site that 'underwent extensive sanitization and leveling in 2003 and 2004'
Report likely to worsen ties already strained by U.S. charges that the global COVID-19 pandemic resulted from Beijing's mishandling of a 2019 outbreak of the coronavirus in the city of Wuhan
Newly declassified CIA information reveals the story of Oscar Seborer, who gave the Soviets vital secrets to help them develop their own atomic bomb, and whose parents are buried in Gan Yavne
Putin says this makes Russia the only country with such advanced weapons, which can hit almost any point in the world
Last week, Israel tested what foreign reports said was a nuclear-capable Jericho missile amid reports that Iran has deployed its own missiles in Iraq, 400 kilometers from Israel
Mole recruited by AIVD intelligence agency was key to success of 2010 cyber offensive targeting Iran's nuclear enrichment plant in Natanz, attributed to the CIA and Mossad
When it comes to mishaps in its strategic weapons programs, Russia still stays true to the path of secrecy, cover-up and negligence paved by the long gone Soviet Union, leaving Moscow's 'doomsday weapon' to endanger mostly its own citizens
The U.S. military on Sunday flight-tested a ground-launched version of a cruise missile that was previously banned by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
Authorities have been drip-feeding information about a blast during a rocket test on a platform in the White Sea off northern Russia
While the Russian defense ministry said radiation levels remain unchanged, a nearby city reported spike in radiation, and residents have been stocking up on iodine
While the U.S. has no real plan ahead, Tehran's announcement on increased uranium enrichment shows it intends to force the EU to convince it to stay in 2015 agreement
Swedish-based research group highlights trend of modernizing nuclear weapons, which 'remain a central element in military strategies and national security doctrines'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will arrive Wednesday in Iran after an earlier meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump
Trump Hid From Congress That Saudi Arabia Is Accelerating Missile Program With Chinese Aid, Report Says
New U.S. intelligence, reported by CNN, questions whether Washington is tacitly allowing Riyadh to develop technology that would counter its regional rival Iran
Giving up missile tests would mean giving up the right to self defense, a North Korean foreign ministry spokesman tells local media
'All states with nuclear weapons have nuclear modernization programs underway and the arms control landscape is changing'
Kennedy's ultimatum, Ben-Gurion's 'sick' reply and a 'fiasco' nuclear inspection: Newly declassified documents shed light on the diplomatic crisis that some feared may lead to a U.S. raid on Israel's Dimona plant
Elie Geisler says he was asked during the Six Day War to guard a secret base in central Israel that held the device. He described a clash with Col. Yitzhak Yaakov, who demanded control of the base and threatened to break into it by force
Netanyahu argued the warehouse showed Tehran still sought to obtain nuclear weapons, despite the nuclear deal
Many U.S. lawmakers are concerned that sharing nuclear technology with Saudi Arabia could eventually lead to a nuclear arms race in the Middle East
After February bombing almost triggered war between two nuclear-armed rivals, diplomats slated to discuss opening corridor and new border crossing with India
Move is seen as preparation to restart missile tests; facilities were dismantled last year when Pyongyang entered talks with U.S. and South Korea
U.S. president calls Democrats' decision to interview his longtime fixer at same time as summit 'perhaps a new low in American politics'
In rare move, Pyongyang's delegation called a late-night news conference to deny U.S. president's statement that it 'wanted sanctions lifted in their entirety' in Hanoi summit
Foreign minister accuses Washington of ignoring the kingdom's human rights violations, in light of congressional report on U.S.-Saudi cooperation
In toughest remarks yet on potential new arms race, Russian president said he would not be first to deploy missiles in response to Washington's decision to quit landmark treaty