Economically viable fusion energy will be one of the greatest boons in human history, but it remains frustratingly elusive
On the 76th anniversary of the Trinity nuclear test that heralded the Atomic Age, a scientist looks at why so few countries have acquired nukes since then—and how that could change
74 years to the day after the Trinity nuclear test ushered in the nuclear age, are we any closer to knowing the men who carried the moral burden of the world on their shoulders? Louisa Hall’s recent novel spins out some ideas.
The father of Israel’s nuclear deterrent reveals how it was built. An exclusive excerpt from No Room For Small Dreams, Shimon Peres’ posthumous autobiography.
University president refutes investigation from local NBC news team
Plus Michael Moynihan on the Newtown conspiracy theories
After losing his eyesight serving in the Israeli Army, Zohar Sharon won the world championship for blind golf
If Israel decides to carry out a strike against Iran, the desert town of Dimona could be a likely target for retaliation. Are its residents worried?
If Saudi Arabia gets the bomb, the rest of the Middle East is likely to go nuclear
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