The US aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson on Saturday kicked off a joint drill with the South Korean navy, officials said, as tensions rose over North Korea’s latest test-fire of a ballistic missile. “Immediately after the aircraft carrier arrived in the Sea of Japan, South Korea and the US strike forces launched a drill from
North Korea has attempted two missile tests in the past two weeks, both of which failed
President Donald Trump says he won't be happy if North Korea conducts a sixth nuclear test, and he's not ruling out a pre-emptive strike.
Australia's prime minister has used a commemoration of a World War II naval battle to warn that his country and the United States will not tolerate North Korea's "reckless, dangerous … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Sunday defended President Donald Trump's decision to invite Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to Washington, saying his cooperation was needed to counter North Korea, even as the administration faced human rights criticism for its overture to Manila.
President Trump pushed past his first tumultuous 100 days in office by calling for action Sunday on three of his administration’s top priorities — North Korea, healthcare and tax reform — but gave mixed signals on each of them. Trump described North Korea's mercurial leader Kim Jong Un as a “pretty...
Trump insisted that the latest revision of his health care bill would guarantee coverage to people with pre-existing conditions, discussed his feelings toward North Korea's recent missile test and reaffirmed his effort to work with China.
President Donald Trump seemed to offer positive thoughts about Kim Jong-Un when he described the rogue nation's leader as a "pretty smart cookie."
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 the threat of nuclear war from North Korea. The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group arrived in waters near the Korean peninsula and...
US official says President Trump's invitation to Rodrigo Duterte to the White House is mostly about North Korea.
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
(Reuters) - Highlights for U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Friday: NORTH KOREA The Trump administration could respond to North Korea's latest failed missile test by speeding plans for new U.S. sanctions against Pyongyang, including possible measures against specific North Korean and Chinese entities, a U.S. 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
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Donald Trump said in a television interview to be aired Sunday that he believes China's president has been putting pressure on North Korea as it pursues its missile and nuclear weapons programs.
Pope Francis on Saturday called for negotiations to resolve tensions surrounding North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Reprising his theme of "world war in parts", Pope Francis said that these were "concentrated at points that were already hot. Show More Summary
Pope Francis told reporters over the weekend that a nuclear war between the United States and North Korea could destroy a “large part of humanity.” According to CNN, the pope was traveling from Egypt to Italy when he echoed earlier remarks about the danger of a “piecemeal third...
It happened again — a North Korean missile launch exploded in the air, over land, just a few minutes after launching on Friday. Read more...
Sorry, Kendrick. The pope is the greatest rapper alive. On Saturday, His Holiness was on a flight from Cairo to Rome, where he warned about the devastating effects of a war with North Korea. A serious topic, for sure. But the internet was too distracted by the above photo to care about the message. Show More Summary