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The deal unraveled by nightfall but helped pave the way in the years that followed to wholesale reductions in nuclear weapons at the end of the Cold War.
The year before, she was awarded the Lasker Prize for medical research — the first nuclear physicist to receive that honor.
The Cold War rumbled on for decades, sometimes taking America to the brink of nuclear war.
The threat of nuclear terrorism is such that we must act preemptively, not after a devastating attack.
Once Democrats agree if Republicans commit to blocking these bills in the Senate using what’s called the nuclear option, ending the filibuster, will be crucial.
The progressives in the Democratic caucus want to trigger the so-called nuclear option and start passing routine legislation by 51-vote margins.
For much of a star’s life, the inward pull of gravity is delicately balanced by the outward push of radiation from nuclear reactions inside the star’s core.
The report includes the details of where a new nuclear plant may be started up, although it will be dwarfed by the capacity of new batteries.
We worry about nuclear war, but ordinary explosives have become much more powerful in recent decades.
For the better part of my 20s, I served as a nuclear submarine officer running secret missions for the United States Navy.

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