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There's one country that may actually be a winner in the U.S. North Korean standoff.
"I was trying to first of all defend John's position," Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson tells CNBC.
There doesn't appear to be any military mobilization in North Korea that might hint of preparations for war, experts said Thursday.
At a time when North Korea tensions are escalating, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson is warning about readiness.
A Pentagon plan to target North Korean missile-launch sites involves launching bombers from a base in Guam, officials told NBC News.
Washington is ready to use "any appropriate measures" to defeat the growing threat from North Korea, according to one of President Donald Trump's key aides.
Escalating tensions between the U.S. and the Korean Peninsula have highlighted similarities between President Donald Trump and another political heavyweight: Vladimir Putin, leading political analyst Charles Hecker told CNBC Thursday.
Ivanka Trump's fashion brand was under fire for much of 2017, Racked reports.
U.S. officials said a string of bizarre incidents left its diplomats in Havana with severe hearing loss.
President Donald Trump boasted he'd strengthened the U.S. nuclear arsenal, but his administration has not set any new initiatives in motion.
Trump says the U.S. nuclear arsenal is "more powerful than ever before."
The NY Times says Trump's instantly viral "fire and fury" threat to North Korea was made without consulting advisors.
Trump may have just painted himself into a corner after pledging to attack North Korea in the face of new threats.
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In a 1999 "Meet the Press" interview, President Donald Trump emphasized negotiation as the first step to dealing with North Korea.
The North Korean leader's constant concern about being overthrown complicates any dealings with the isolated nation, Bill Richardson warns.
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Washington lacks options to peacefully rein in an aggressive Pyongyang — a stalemate that heightens the chance of military action.
Many world leaders have yet to weigh in on Trump's comments; those that have appear to view the president's rhetoric as more likely to escalate the situation than to settle it.
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