In a blog post published on Wednesday, the National Institute of Standards and Technology said that it has released a list of the most common sites that should be taken offline if a nuclear war breaks out.
The list includes sites such as CNN, The New York Times, and Huffington Post, which are all considered news outlets that would likely receive massive amounts of coverage from the United States.
The organizations listed on the list are not necessarily places that are going to be heavily affected by the attack.
The news outlets listed are the most vulnerable sites in the U.S. If a nuclear weapon is detonated, the news media would likely be knocked offline as well, the group said.
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