Senator Tammy Duckworth hit back at President Donald Trump after he claimed Democrats were hurting the U.S. military.
President Donald Trump told Reuters on Wednesday that Russia is helping North Korea get supplies in violation of international sanctions.
The 20 nations that attended the meeting in Vancouver agreed to consider imposing additional unilateral sanctions on Pyongyang.
North Korea's state-run media say U.S. President Donald Trump's nuclear button tweet was the "spasm of a lunatic."
The U.S. cautioned Jared Kushner that a close friend, Wendi Deng Murdoch, could be using her ties to Kushner and wife Ivanka to aid the Chinese government.
A Hawaii emergency management employee was reassigned amid fallout from a botched ballistic missile alert, USA Today reports.
"They should know that train and bus carrying our delegation to the Olympics are still in Pyongyang."
The president accused the Journal of intentionally misquoting him on North Korea to generate a story.
Trump got rebuked by Sen. Dick Durbin for denying that he called some developing nations "s---holes."
Putin also said that dialogue with North Korea was warranted, and that Kim now wanted to calm the situation.
That's according to a White House readout of the president's call Wednesday with South Korean President Moon Jae-In.
"I think President Trump deserves big credit for bringing about the inter-Korean talks," Moon Jae-in told reporters at his New Year's news conference.
North Korea's participation in the Winter Olympics could result in further talks on the country's nuclear weapons program.
Thomas Friedman, The New York Times, provides insight to the tenuous relationship between North and South Korea as the two countries hold high level talks on the eve of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
CNBC's Chery Kang has the update on talks between North and South Korean officials.
North and South Korea kicked off their first formal talks in more than two years on Tuesday.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un was widely believed to be celebrating his birthday on Monday.
Kim Jong Un's confidence in his country's nuclear arsenal may be behind his recent interest in talks.
Donald Trump is 'outsourcing' the role of president, and that could have dangerous consequences, says Commentary Magazine's Noah Rothman.