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North Korea may very well have the ability to kill millions of Americans, without directly firing on U.S. soil. For the first time, the pariah country’s state news agency warned it could hit the U.S. with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) onslaught, a threat that experts contend is both very real and comes with catastrophic consequences.
South Korea’s navy has conducted a live-fire exercise in waters off the country’s eastern coast as Seoul continued its displays of military capability following North Korea’s latest nuclear test.
Russian President Vladimir Putin again rejected U.S. calls for new sanctions against North Korea after its sixth and most powerful nuclear test, echoing China’s resistance to more punitive measures to pressure Pyongyang into abandoning its atomic and missile programs.
As tensions on the Korean Peninsula reach new heights with Pyongyang's latest nuclear test, Japan is planning for a possible mass evacuation of the nearly 60,000 Japanese citizens currently living in or visiting South Korea.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says North Korea’s actions show that its leader, Kim Jong Un, is “begging for war,” and...
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis delivered a pithy response on Sunday to North Korea’s nuclear test earlier that day. This was the core of...
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says North Korea’s actions show that its leader, Kim Jong Un, is “begging for war,” and the time has come for the Security Council to adopt the strongest diplomatic measures. Haley told an emergency session of the Security Council on Monday that “Enough is enough. War is never something the United States wants. We don’t want it now. But our country’s patience is not unlimited.”
North Korea fired a missile that passed over northern Japan early on Tuesday, the Japanese government said.
North Korea releases new propaganda just ahead of planned US and South Korean military drills on the Korean peninsula.
Could a war carried out on the Korean Peninsula extend into a war between China and the United States? A war with China would be...
North Korean military officials stated Thursday that they are considering firing four missiles towards Guam.
A situation with North Korea could end the lives of millions in North Korea, South Korea, Japan, Guam, and many other nations; thus effectively making this crisis one that the world has not seen since approximately World War Two.
North Korea is believed to have conducted a new missile launch, officials from three countries – Japan, South Korea and the US – confirmed on Friday.
The State Department has yet to release a ban on travel to North Korea officially, however, according to two agencies that operate tours in North Korea, the ban would be announced on July 27th, 2017.
The year may be different, but 2017 presents many of the same vexing issues, both at home and abroad, that have plagued the United States for years
The flotilla of Chinese warships, fighter jets and helicopters have been carrying out drills in recent days since being launched on June 25.
Donald Trump’s constituency and his militaristic posturing all suggest he may want to undertake some military action against Pyongyang, which is going to make matters a lot worse, says Sreeram Chaulia from the Jindal School of International Affairs. North Korea claims it had tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile on Tuesday morning, according to reports it fell into the Sea of Japan, after flying around 535 kilometers.
North Korea conducted another ballistic missile test Tuesday morning, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff has said. The projectile, described by the South as an “unidentified ballistic missile,” was launched towards the Sea of Japan.
North Korea offered a conditional moratorium on its nuclear and missile tests in a bid to hold talks with the United States.
Leaked by the Filipino government was a conversation between President Trump and Rodrigo Duterte, in which Trump claims that China is the last card holding back US intervention in North Korea. In accordance with the President's words, his latest tweet signals that the USA may just be done waiting.
US Intelligence officials have linked the Wannacry ransomware attack to North Korea, just last month the virus affected some 300,000 people in some 150 countries.
North Korea's latest launches of several suspected anti-ship missiles were short-range and landed well short of past efforts, but they still served as a defiant message for its enemies that Pyongyang will continue to pursue a weapons program that has rattled its neighbors and Washington.
North Korea on Wednesday fired multiple surface-to-ship missiles.
Propaganda or the inevitable? The North Korean crisis is getting out of hand and fast.
North Korea fired yet another Ballistic missile, initially claimed locally by Yonhap and later confirmed by US intelligence.
A major war is potentially about to break out according to George Friedman, the founder of Geopolitical Futures. Rather alarmingly the geopolitical analyst claims...
The Wannacry ransomware attack on over 300,000 machines worldwide shares code with malware written by a group of North Korean hackers known as the Lazarus Group.
A congressional expert is claiming that North Korea is preparing to launch an EMP over the United States.
North Korea and Iran, the unlikely couple from hell that proves the connection between communism and Islam.
Are we on the cusp of war with China, North Korea?
NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-un is ready to send up to 500,000 women soldiers to the front line if war with the US breaks out, according to defectors’ estimates.
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have both warned of the potential crisis that could unfold on the Korean peninsula. Donald Trump warns of a 'major, major conflict,' and Putin claims that the situation has 'Seriously Deteriorated.'
NUCLEAR tests in North Korea could cause the eruption of a massive volcano that could wipe out populations across Asia and Europe, a Brisbane geology expert has warned.
A North Korean propaganda outlet Thursday released an inflammatory video clip showing a simulated attack on the White House, declaring “the enemy to be destroyed is in our sights.”
The Senate took part in a rare White House briefing on Wednesday to hear what senior leaders described as "an urgent national security threat" posed by North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.
The United States may need to strengthen its missile defenses, particularly in Hawaii, given the advancing threat from North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons programs, the top U.S. commander in the Pacific told Congress on Wednesday.
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley warned North Korea on Monday not to give it a reason to have a fight with the communist nation amid heightened concern Pyongyang might carry out its sixth nuclear test.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly said Sunday that North Korea could perfect its capabilities to send a nuclear-tipped missile to the continental U.S. during President Donald Trump's first term.
The entire U.S. Senate has been invited to the White House for a briefing Wednesday on the North Korea situation, amid escalating tensions over the country’s missile tests and bellicose rhetoric.
A former Korean-American professor was arrested in North Korea last week, becoming the third U.S. citizen to be detained by the communist country as of late, according to sources Sunday.
North Korea said on Sunday it was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S. carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific.
North Korean state media warned the United States of a "super-mighty preemptive strike" after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States was looking at ways to bring pressure to bear on North Korea over its nuclear programme.
North Korea put on a musical show to mark the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung, which ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames, prompting cheers from the audience and smiles from current leader Kim Jong Un.
The United States military is rapidly preparing for war with North Korea. Meanwhile so are Russia and China, but who are the two superpowers preparing for war with, the US or North Korea?
President Trump will act on North Korea under article 2 of the constitution, but will notify congress.
The United States has been assessing some military options on North Korea, and they will be a topic when Vice President Mike Pence visits South Korea next week, a senior administration official said.
North Korea has tried, but allegedly failed, to conduct a new missile test launch, according to South Korea’s Joint Chief of Staff. The alleged botched launch comes amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula and a day after Pyongyang showcased its new sea based and intercontinental missiles.
North Korea put on a huge military spectacle Saturday to celebrate its founder’s birthday, parading its series of new and technologically advanced missiles in front of Kim Jong Un, and in a defiant show of force in front of the world.
China recently warned that a storm is about to break on the Korean peninsula if the USA and North Korea don't calm their rhetoric.
A conflict over North Korea could break out “at any moment”, China’s foreign minister Wang Yi said on Friday, warning there would be “no winner” in any war, as tensions soar with the US.
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