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Op-Ed: The Death of Truth - Dangerously doubting the IAEA report on Iran

Fallout from the misleading intelligence that led to the 2003 War in Iraq is now leading the international community into dangerous, reactive scepticism of the IAEA's damning report on Iran’s now exposed nuclear weapons program.

Confidential U.S. nuke information accidentally released online

A supposedly secretive document containing the locations of U.S. nuclear sites and assets around the country was accidentally released to the public over the weekend.

Op-Ed: Another North Korea Showdown Bound to Occur

Wannabe superpower North Korea again set off a nuclear weapon on May 25 in defiance of international law. Equally troubling was the almost simultaneous launching of a short range ballistic missile on which a “special” warhead could easily fit.

Report: U.S. Plan Envisioned Nuking Much of the Middle East

After years of official denials, a 2003 planning document issued by the U.S. military's nuclear-weapons command, reveals the U.S. ordered preparations for nuclear strikes on countries seeking to acquire weapons of mass destruction.

North Korea Promises to Shut Down Nuclear Program

Sometimes talking does help. U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill has said that North Korea has agreed to end its nuclear program by the end of the year. The North Korean envoy said his country is willing to "to declare and dismantle" its nuclear program.

New Iranian Video Game Simulates Battles Against U.S., Israel

As if Iran-U.S. relations weren’t tense enough, along comes an Iranian video game where the hero saves a nuclear scientist kidnapped by U.S. soldiers. Is this propaganda or national pride at its most pixellated?

Iran Sets Condition to Halt Nuke Program

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad basically says "tit for tat"!

New York to get nuke detectors

Radiation alarm at bridges, roadways, tunnels, waterways to be covered under security ring.

Nuke Stoppers: "Hidden" Detectors?

how on earth could we possibly scan every shipping container coming into the US for nukes? MIT might have the answer...


I'm not sure what to think. Opinions people? I make no claims that this is what it seems or what they say!

Is it possible to test a nuclear weapon without producing radioactive fallout?

Keeping with the latest news, here's a bit of a primer for those that don't know alot about testing Nukes.

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