White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said Wednesday there is no military solution to the North Korea problem and China cannot realistically be expected to help.
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North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has taken his finger off the trigger in a nuclear showdown with President Donald Trump, de-escalating a tense situation.
North Korea is able to make its own missile technology and is becoming less dependent on foreign support, breaking the chains that have held it back in the past.
President Donald Trump praised North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un Wednesday for stepping back from the brink of destruction.
The New York Times asserts that the key to North Korea's rapid development of an intercontinental ballistic missile able to range most of the U.S. lies in the former Soviet Union, but the report appears to be full of holes.
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross warned Tuesday that China is waging war on American intellectual property.
North Korean propaganda photos released Tuesday offered rare insight into the country's battle plans.
With North Korea Threatening Strikes, The People Of Guam Heard This Terrifying Message In The Middle Of The Night
Two radio stations in Guam accidentally broadcasted a civil danger warning in the middle of the night Tuesday, causing concern as North Korea raises the possibility of strikes on the U.S. territory in the Pacific.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un decided Tuesday not to fire ballistic missiles at Guam, reserving the right to change his mind if "the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous reckless actions," according to North Korean state media.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis told reporters Monday that the U.S. military will shoot down North Korea's missiles if they fire on U.S. territory.
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America's top general stressed Monday that military options are on the table when it comes to North Korea, but the application of force will only be considered if sanctions and diplomacy fail, according to South Korea.
China announced Monday that it will sever a number of North Korea's economic lifelines, finally increasing pressure on the aggressive North Korean regime.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Sunday that there is no "imminent" threat of nuclear war with North Korea, but there is an ever-present danger as North Korea advances its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile development programs.
North Koreans are raised to see the U.S. as their enemy from the time they are toddlers, and they fully prepare for war to break out in their lifetimes.
A confidential Central Intelligence Agency assessment of North Korea's re-entry vehicles indicates the country has what it needs to carry out a nuclear strike on the continental U.S., sources knowledgable about the report told The Diplomat.
President Donald Trump, who the Clinton campaign previously said was too weak on North Korea, has delivered a series of tough warnings to Pyongyang over the past week, eliciting strong criticisms from the left for being unnecessarily aggressive and escalatory.
President Donald Trump clarified his previous statements Friday, stating that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un will regret it if he does not back down.
As North Korea ponders firing missiles into waters off Guam, the island government is issuing pamphlets informing residents how to react to a nuclear strike.