“As crazy as Trump may be, deep down he has trust in Mattis’s judgment,” says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
Nuclear disaster isn't the only event that experts fear.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo would not address “the capacity or the wisdom of a preemptive strike.”
For the second year in a row, weather trumps weapons when it comes to greatest risks.
The National Review is telling readers that "the odds are overwhelming that you’ll survive an initial blast."
The comment came after Trump remarked on the size of his nuclear button on Twitter.
North Korea says, “It’s a pipe dream” that they’ll ever give up their nukes.
Beatrice Fihn said people could choose to ditch nuclear weapons or life.
The practice sessions come after North Korea slammed Trump as a “mentally deranged dotard" on Saturday.
There may be a psychological explanation for why the world is not more worried about possible nuclear warfare.
The converted Cold War–era silo housed an intercontinental ballistic missile with a warhead 32 times more powerful than what the United States dropped on Hiroshima.
North Korea is using video games to teach kids how to assassinate Americans at a propaganda camp.
North Korea has backed communist insurgencies around the world, but never to the extent in which the U.S. was involved in global conflicts.
Are Kim Jong Un's weapons more powerful than Trump's?
Kerry warns of “the risk of tweeting yourself or insulting yourself into a position where something happens"
"The thing that scares me the most in the long term is the state of our politics here, and...it's gotten worse," Michael Morell said.
Leaflets from North Korea typically contain anti-American content but the latest wave are aimed specifically at Trump
Starting a nuclear war really would bring “fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
There is no escaping nuclear fallout in general, so you might as well accept your fate.
After North Korea’s successful test this week, the answer isn't particularly reassuring.
Hawaii is refreshing its nuclear defense plan for the first time since 1985.
"Our strike will be merciless punishment that never allows the existence of the U.S.," reads an opinion piece in North Korean state media.
Analysts spotted three volleyball games apparently underway at the Punggye-Ri site.