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N. Korea Likely Can Build Nuclear Warhead: U.S. General

By: Staff Writers and AFP via The commander of US forces in South Korea said Friday that North Korea likely has the ability to produce a nuclear warhead that could be mounted on a missile, but officials later sought to downplay his remarks. The comments by the commander echoed an internal debate among US […]

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Don’t Mess with Putin

Putin Warns of “Nuclear Power Consequences” If Attempts to Blackmail Russia Don’t Stop By: Tyler Durden via Vladimir Putin slams President Obama for adopting a “hostile” approach in naming Russia as a threat to the world in his recent UN speech. From an interview with Serbia’s Politika newspaper, Bloomberg reports. ZH has more – […]

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The Nuclear Theft at the Start of the Cold War

David Greenglass, the Brother Who Doomed Ethel Rosenberg, Dies at 92 By: Robert D. McFadden via It was the most notorious spy case of the Cold War — the conviction and execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for passing atomic secrets to the Soviet Union — and it rested largely on the testimony of […]

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Excuse to Nuke Added to the Government Line

U.S. says It Needs Nukes to Defend Against Asteroids By: Keith Wagstaff via he U.S. government delayed the dismantling of some nuclear warhead components to protect against a foreign threat: asteroids. The nuclear component, called the canned subassembly (CSA), contains highly enriched uranium. Several of them were scheduled to be dismantled in 2015, but […]

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