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The U.S. Air Force successfully launched an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile from California, the fourth such test this year.
An editorial in China Daily argued that Pyongyang's constant saber-rattling is a threat to China, too.
Gaps have been found in the Pentagon's policies on Internet-capable devices and also the department's overall cybersecurity efforts.
Almost 8 months after President Donald Trump first criticized plans to buy a new Air Force One and a backup, he may be getting a new deal.
The U.S. is set to test an unarmed Minuteman III ICBM on Wednesday, less than a week after North Korea test-fired its own missile.
North Korea's latest ICBM test-firing may not have been as successful as first thought, a missile expert declared Monday.
Washington could undertake missile launchers and bomber overflies in response to North Korea's second ICBM test, warned Bruce Bennett of Rand.
President Donald Trump on Monday pledged to "handle" North Korea's belligerence — without saying exactly how he would do so.
The group behind the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris earns millions of dollars per year and is "well funded," a report finds.
The line drawn in the sand is that North Korea cannot have a missile that can reach the U.S., says David Roche of Independent Strategy.
North Korea's insistence on its own nuclear arsenal could lie in the NATO-backed toppling of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
The U.S. might have said the time for talk is over, but Phillip Lipscy, Stanford University, says the North Korea situation is fundamentally unchanged.
Washington lacks options to peacefully rein in an aggressive Pyongyang — a stalemate that heightens the chance of military action.
Foreign policy experts explain why the U.S can't count on Beijing to rein in North Korea.
Preliminary data from the launch reveals at least half the continental U.S. is in range of the missile tested Friday, defense experts say.
NBC News' Hans Nichols reports the latest updates on North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile near Japan.
North Korea fired a missile that may have landed within 230 miles of Japan's coast, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
CNBC’s Sue Hernandez reports that North Korea has fired a missile that may have landed in waters near Japan, according to reports.
The North Korean projectile landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
Russia's retaliation came a day after the U.S. Senate voted to slap new sanctions on Russia.
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