Chernobyl fears return as Russia makes ominous warning
Moscow has accused Ukraine of trying to impugn Russian troops who were at the nuclear power plant last year.
Missing radioactive capsule could give a human cancer
The capsule, which went missing at some point on a 870-mile drive across Australia, contains caesium-137, a radioactive isotope.
The best and worst places in a building if a nuclear bomb goes off
Scientists have calculated the areas inside a building where a nuclear shock wave would be most and least dangerous to a person.
Putin's Poseidon and the radioactive tidal wave of death
Russian state news has revealed that their Poseidon nuclear torpedoes have been successfully tested, and are soon to be moved to a nuclear submarine.
What does Chernobyl look like today and can you go there?
"It's no exaggeration to say that it contains some of the most polluted territory on Earth," toxic geography expert Thom Davies told Newsweek.
Would Putin's nuclear bunker in Ural mountains save him from Armageddon?
Putin's bunker is thought to be deep beneath Mount Yamantau, around 230 miles from the site of the third worst nuclear disaster in history
The mystery of Pig 311 who was found alive after Bikini Atoll A-bomb test
The pig was supposedly locked inside a toilet on the Japanese ship "Sakawa" when Able was detonated. Yet, a day later, it was found swimming at the atoll.
How the most populated cities in the world would be impacted by nuclear war
A 350-kiloton W-78 nuclear bomb on Tokyo, the most-populated city in the world, would produce 760,490 deaths and almost three million injuries.
Chernobyl aftermath: How long will exclusion zone be uninhabitable?
Radiation expert Tim Mousseau told Newsweek that the exclusion zone remains "a highly heterogeneous region with respect to radioactive contaminants."
Can you buy Nplate, the radiation drug the government is stockpiling?
The U.S. announced the purchase of nearly $300 million worth of the drug last week—here's how it works.
Nuclear radiation risk impacts one group far more than any other
Nuclear radiation regulations are only safe if you're a 20-something white male.
Best place to survive nuclear war in the U.S.
Biden recently said Russia may be leading the world into nuclear "Armageddon," while Elon Musk tweeted that "nuclear war probability is rising rapidly."
What damage could tests of Russia apocalypse Poseidon weapon do?
Experts speak to Newsweek about the possible impact of Russia's super torpedo Poseidon, also dubbed the "weapon of the apocalypse."
Chernobyl Radiation Caused Frogs to Genetically Mutate, Turning Black
Fifteen generations of frogs have been born since the worst nuclear accident in history, and may be evolving a resistance to radiation.
What Could Go Wrong at the Russian-Held Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant?
Nuclear power expert Paul Norman told Newsweek that the plant falling back to a reserve line over the weekend "was certainly a step in the wrong direction."
Fukushima Plants Showing 'Unusual Growing Patterns' as Residents Return
A radiation expert told Newsweek that a "vast region near the power plant" is still "significantly contaminated."
Ukraine Given Anti-Radiation Pills as Clashes Intensify Near Nuclear Plant
The Zaporizhzhia facility, Europe's largest nuclear power plant, provides energy for Ukraine and several other European countries.
Greenpeace Says IAEA Downplayed Damage at Chernobyl by Russian Troops
The environmental organization conducted its own survey at Chernobyl after "very limited data" was provided by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Chernobyl Radiation Risk Investigated: 'We Want to Know What Happened'
Greenpeace is investigating radiation levels at Chernobyl after 600 Russian soldiers were deployed there.
What Is Radiation Sickness and Are There Drugs to Treat It?
Scientists in Tennessee have said they are working on what could be the first-ever drug to treat radiation sickness.
Wildfires Burn Around Chernobyl, Ukraine Warns Radiation Smoke Could Spread
Ukraine's Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security said seven wildfires are burning in the area surrounding the nuclear power plant.
Chernobyl Radiation Fears As Power Outage Stops Cooling of Nuclear Fuel Rod
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said there must be a ceasefire to allow repairs.
What Is Happening to Wildlife Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone?
Timothy Mousseau, a professor of biological sciences, told Newsweek that military action in Chernobyl could be dangerous to the animals living there.
HGTV Host Hilary Farr Reveals Secret Battle With Cancer
"Love It or List It" presenter Hilary Farr, 69, has spoken out about her breast cancer battle for the first time, seven years after her diagnosis.
Havana Syndrome Symptoms Explained As U.S. Officials Fall Ill in Vienna
More than 20 cases of the mystery illness have been reported in the Austrian capital this year, and it's not clear why.
Owner Documents Dog's Radiation Journey to Treat Tumor in Adorable Videos
Mollybear hit over 14 million views after owner Ryan Graney documented her experience of radiation treatment for a nose tumor.
China Silent Over Nuclear Leak Allegations as Plant Says Readings 'Normal'
Official and unofficial media outlets in China have yet to report on the incident or the nuclear plant operator's statement in any meaningful way since it was released on Sunday.
China's Nuclear Leak Denial Evokes Chernobyl as Plant Insists It's Safe
A French company that partly owns and helps operate the plant claimed the radiation limits were above French safety standards, CNN reported.
Collector Reveals How Radioactive Everyday Objects Are in Viral Videos
The red shade of a dinner plate was produced by adding uranium oxide to the glaze.
10 Years After Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Meltdown, I'm Still Worried
The Japanese government said in the past that everything is "under control," but measurements from the ocean show that the reactors are still leaking radiation.