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As Hurricane Irma threatens to ram South Florida, officials have issued warnings and evacuation orders.

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US government scientists work hard to protect the public.

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The Cold War may have ended in 1991, but the looming threat of nuclear attack lives on with more than 14,900 nuclear weapons wielded by nine nations.

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Shortly after Business Insider wrote about a new technology that can reveal people and objects in 3D through walls using Wi-Fi, we received a call from the U.S. government.

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Disaster struck early in the morning of January 24, 1961, as eight servicemen in a nuclear bomber were patrolling the skies near Goldsboro, North Carolina.

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In its quest for Cold War military superiority, the United States detonated more than 1,000 nuclear weapons.

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