*Spot gold hit its highest since June 14 at $1,270.98 in early trade and was at $1,269.70 per ounce at 0055 GMT, little changed from Friday. *The United States flew two supersonic B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula in a show of force on Sunday and the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said China, Japan and South Korea needed to do more after Pyongyang's latest...
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 lashed out at China for its inability to exert sway over North Korea, making vague threats of retaliation.
Foreign policy experts explain why the U.S can't count on Beijing to rein in North Korea.
The United States flew two B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula in a show of force.
Preliminary data from the launch reveals at least half the continental U.S. is in range of the missile tested Friday, defense experts say.
The North Korean projectile landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
NBC News' Hans Nichols reports the latest updates on North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile near Japan.
Gold prices rose to its highest level since early June on weaker than expected U.S. inflation.
NBC News' Hans Nichols reports the latest on North Korea's recent launch of a ballistic missile into waters 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.
Kim Jong Un "is not going to push the button because then he's gone," Democratic former Sen. Max Baucus says.
Former Sen. Max Baucus, (D-Mont.), and former U.S. Ambassador to China, explains why he thinks there's unlikely to be a war with North Korea.
Visitors aren't bothered by heightened military tension in the region, one tour operator tells CNBC.
North Korea vowed to "strike a merciless blow" to the U.S. as new data showed Moscow is helping to boost the hermit regime.
Joel Rubin, Carnegie Mellon University, talks about China beefing up border security in anticipation of a potential crisis with North Korea.
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote overwhelmingly on Tuesday for a bill that would slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea.
The Wall Street Journal reports Beijing has increased surveillance of the border region as well as a "combat readiness-level big data disaster recovery center."
South Korea wants to double its ballistic missile firepower to better defend against the threat from nuclear-armed North Korea.