Getting the perfect shot in wartime is not only about weapons. Photographers were there every step of the way to capture the heroic triumphs and devastating losses.
Stamps have often invited debate—usually for reasons the post office never anticipated.
The Los Alamos Historical Museum halted a Japanese exhibition on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki because of a controversy over its message of abolishing nuclear weapons.
Every president since Kennedy has carried the nuclear football, but none have ever used it.
Mere months into the program, reports emerged of leaking water drums and shelters that had never received any supplies.
As the fateful bombing mission commenced half a world away, the anxious president waited for news at sea in the Atlantic.
After creating the first one, J. Robert Oppenheimer called for international controls on nuclear weapons.
The atomic bomb made its national tv debut in 1952.
A nuclear weapons physicist is rushing to rescue the filmed record of America's Atomic age.