North Korea threatened to sink a US nuclear sub currently deployed in South Korean waters if the US take provocative action, responding to a statement from Donald Trump that the president won’t be “happy” if Pyongyang conducts another...Show More Summary
Kim Jong Un – North Korea’s current dictator – is threatening to destroy the USS Michigan if it gets any nearer to North Korea. The military tensions are increasing in and around the Korean Peninsula as the Trump administration positions...Show More Summary
It happened again — a North Korean missile launch exploded in the air, over land, just a few minutes after launching on Friday. Read more...
In a wide-ranging interview with CBS News’ John Dickerson on “Face the Nation,” President Trump talked about his accomplishments during his first 100 days in office. He called North Korea’s leader a “smart cookie,” blasted Democrats as “obstructionists,” and referred to “Face the Nation” as “Deface the Nation.”
The United States aircraft carrier group USS Carl Vinson has reached within striking distance of North Korea amid the rising fears of World War 3. The nuclear power submarine, USS Michigan is already docked in the South Korean region. Show More Summary
South Korea and the United States wrapped up their annual large-scale military drills on Sunday, but continued a separate joint naval exercise that has triggered dire threats from nuclear-armed North Korea. Tensions on the Korean peninsula...Show More Summary
With that bold assertion, Gov. John Kasich (R) of Ohio raised a controversial argument for American action aimed at neutralizing the North Korean nuclear threat. “An ability to remove a number of the top people, and have a more benign...Show More Summary
By William James and Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) - North Korea's decision to test-fire a ballistic missile represents a grave threat to Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in London on Saturday, calling on the United States and China to keep up pressure on Pyongyang. Show More Summary
This was very striking, in John Dickerson's interview on "Face the Nation" just now:JOHN DICKERSON: What do you make of the North Korean leader?PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I have -- I really, you know, have no comment on him. People are saying, "Is he sane?" I have no idea. Show More Summary
It happened again — a North Korean missile launch exploded in the air, over land, just a few minutes after launching on Friday. While North Korea can still learn a lot from a failed missile test and use those lessons to advance their...Show More Summary
USS Carl Vinson strike group carries out exercises with South Korean navy as North's media warns 'stop running wild'.
President Donald Trump promised--multiple times--over the weekend that his replacement for Obamacare would cover pre-existing conditions, but argued that the government should spend more time solving the North Korean problem than worrying...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump labeled brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un "a pretty smart cookie" in a wide-ranging interview aired Sunday. Read more...
NBC News reports: President Donald Trump labeled brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un “a pretty smart cookie” in a wide-ranging interview aired Sunday. “At a very young age, he was able to assume power. A lot of people, I’m sure,...Show More Summary
US President Donald Trump offered some backhanded praise for North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, calling him "a pretty smart cookie" in a television interview that aired Sunday. Trump's almost admiring remarks came amid soaring tensions...Show More Summary
When asked for his opinion of North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un, President Trump told Face the Nation that, “I really, you know, have no comment on him.” Then he gave an extensive comment. Said Trump: “People are saying, ‘Is [...]
President Donald Trump promised over the weekend that his replacement for Obamacare would cover preexisting conditions, but argued that the government should spend more time solving the North Korean problem than worrying about Americans’ health care. Trump told CBS host John Dickerson that he...
President Donald Trump told CBS' John Dickerson on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that he was not happy with North Korea's latest missile test and hinted at a possible military strike should Kim Jong Un continue with provocations. WhenShow More Summary