"It's like the Cold War all over again, but this time, everyone's on Russia's side," host says
Trump didn't even understand the question, but that didn't stop him from answering
Air Force officers at America's nuke sites work 24-hour-shifts in antique underground capsules launching fake attacks straight out of 'Strangelove' — and they're ready to blow
In a new book, the 'Fast Food Nation' author investigates the many near-misses that could have caused catastrophes
The physicist who turned his back on the bomb tells why
The crews that monitor America's Minuteman missiles have the keys to peace - or Armageddon
One story the press overlooked last year is that peace got a chance
At his big meeting, the President's obsession with Star Wars allowed Gorbachev to outmaneuver him on arms control
Americans want Ronald Reagan to halt the arms race. But he has given them something quite different: a vast nuclear-weapons buildup and no prospect for a treaty with the Russians.
Many moderate Democrats have started to abandon Reagan's weapons plan. Once again, the public is leading the politicians
Soviet and American citizens chose to talk privately about nuclear arms. Still, few minds were changed
The freeze campaign has spawned a new sort of politics
Will Ronald Reagan reverse U.S. policy on nuclear proliferation?
While the No Nukes concerts got the message out, the total profits were lower than anticipated
At twenty-four, John Aristotle Phillips has designed a nuclear weapon, published a book and flirted with Hollywood. What will he do next?