The Russian TV pundit said that should the conflict in Ukraine enter a nuclear phase, the U.S. would be among the targets "in the crosshairs" of a strike.
The modern world is "sick" and "it is quite likely that it is on the verge of a new world war," said former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
Days before Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a government body demanded that YouTube take down a video of a historian discussing the bunkers.
State TV host Vladimir Solovyov said the West was preparing for a nuclear conflict and called for Russia to be more aggressive.
Vladimir Solovyov said Russia would respond with a nuclear strike if Western intelligence agencies help assassinate Putin.
A Russian state TV host said America would use a Russian strike on the West as an opportunity to galvanize people against the country.
"It's a real threat...this is not [just] words," Grigory Yavlinsky, a Russian opposition politician told Newsweek.
On the country's state television, a retired Russian naval officer suggested that Russia could trigger Yellowstone to erupt using a nuclear bomb.
The former president said there are "two n-words," that shouldn't "be mentioned," in reference to the threat of nuclear conflict.
Andrey Gurulyov, a former Russian Army commander, made the threat on the Russian 1 channel.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, a close ally to Vladimir Putin, warned that Ukraine will "burn" if its military tries to retake control of Crimea.
Russian state TV presenter Sergey Mardan said on Friday that most Russians "agree" with North Korea's nuclear approach amid the Ukraine war.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to take back Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula seized by Vladimir Putin in 2014.
Against the backdrop of Russia's nuclear threats, the visual representation of how close we are to destroying our world is about to have its 2023 update.
"This year, the war in Ukraine was front and center in our deliberations," a co-chair of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board said.
State TV host Margarita Simonyan said in the future Russia may have to produce a more threatening ultimatum that could include nuclear weapons.
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev issued a stark warning ahead of a meeting of Western defense officials from around 50 countries and NATO.
Scientists have calculated the areas inside a building where a nuclear shock wave would be most and least dangerous to a person.
Russian state news has revealed that their Poseidon nuclear torpedoes have been successfully tested, and are soon to be moved to a nuclear submarine.
The iconic Doomsday Clock has remained at 100 seconds to midnight for the last two years. Could the events of 2022 have edged the clock even closer to midnight?
It has remained at 100 minutes to midnight since 2020, but this year's nuclear threats from Russia may have edged us even closer to the metaphorical doomsday.
The Ukrainian president has made an appearance at several film and music events since the outbreak of the war on February 24, 2022.
Vladimir Solovyov also described U.S. President Joe Biden "an absolutely deceitful, nasty, scary no-good person."
"I still hope that outright foolishness will not be committed," an FSB whistleblower said in an email shared with Newsweek.
Putin's fear of death will ultimately prevent him from pushing the "red button," an FSB whistleblower wrote in an email shared with Newsweek.
This war is now costing nearly twice as much as the United States was spending on the war in Afghanistan in its final years.
A number of islands had to be evacuated after a 1954 U.S. nuclear weapons test.
Videos on surviving a nuclear explosion have gone viral amid Russia's war in Ukraine.