North Korea: President Donald Trump has an “America first” policy. Kim’s mantra is “military first,” and the volume is rising.
Among the fireworks of the Fourth of July came an unwelcome surprise: North Korea fired a missile with a high loft and claimed a successful test of a true Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM).
Destinations include the violence-plagued Democratic Republic of Congo, ISIS-targeted Iraqi Kurdistan, and the no-friend-of-the-United States: North Korea.
North Korea may have more plutonium that could be used to boost its nuclear weapons stockpile than previously thought, according to a U.S. monitoring group.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is on the cusp of having something his father and grandfather could only dream of — the ability to unleash a nuclear attack on the United States.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake off North Korea early Thursday jolted watchers of the country's weapons development but experts say it was not caused by a nuclear test.
China on Tuesday said it shouldn't be held responsible alone for solving the North Korean nuclear standoff, and accused other countries of shirking their responsibilities in the effort to reduce tensions.
A missile could reach Alaska: How has North Korea been able to make big weaponry advances that experts considered a couple of years away at best?
Kim Jong-un is closer than ever to becoming the first North Korean leader to field an operational ICBM armed with a nuclear warhead.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed Wednesday his nation will "demonstrate its mettle to the U.S." and never put its weapons programs up for negotiations, a day after successfully testing its first intercontinental ballistic missile.