China and Russia have urged a peaceful solution to the nuclear crisis with North Korea, but if the U.S. invades, they’re preparing to fight.
In its latest commentary, North Korea's official news agency warned that "the right to preemptive attack is not exclusive to the U.S."
North Korea said President Donald Trump and his administration had “not yet waken from a sleep” and had not come to terms with reality.
The NBA Hall of Famer said he knew what North Korea's Kim Jong Un wanted, and needed to speak to the president.
North Korea cited international agreements that define aggression, arguing U.S. attempts to institute a naval blockade were illegal.
“If Kim Jong Un wants to stay alive, he needs to stop,” Senator Steve Russell said, channeling his experience in hunting Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
The state-run Institute of American Studies called on foreign journalists to adhere to "objectivity and unbiasedness" when reporting on North Korea.
North Korea called the U.S. "the kingpin of all kinds of terrorism who cannot even prevent terror in its own territory."
Randy Schriver said he supported talking to the notoriously reclusive, militarized state in order to avoid a war breaking out.
North Korea said total "denuclearization is the aspiration and desire of humankind," but it needed nuclear weapons as long as it was threatened by the U.S.
China revealed it’s building the world’s fastest wind tunnel only a month after offering a glimpse of its new hypersonic DZ-ZF missile glider.
North Korea has backed communist insurgencies around the world, but never to the extent in which the U.S. was involved in global conflicts.
NATO "has intensified operative and combat training activities, including nuclear weapons use procedures," Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said.
The NATO chief said Kim Jong Un's potentially nuclear-capable missiles threaten Europe, but North Korea said it's the U.S. that's at risk.
Japan is the only country ever attacked with a nuclear weapon, and more than 72 years later it has the ability to build a bomb of its own.
When Kim Jong Un tunes in to U.S. media, his closest advisers probably ask him to ignore President Donald Trump and listen to the experts.
North Korea's state-run media said President Donald Trump "absolutely" needed medication to avoid starting a nuclear war.
“It cannot be that North Korea is the only Korean country in the world that has nuclear weapons."
"The thing that scares me the most in the long term is the state of our politics here, and...it's gotten worse," Michael Morell said.
President Donald Trump needs Congressional authorization to order military action against a foreign country, but he probably doesn't care.
Trump has said military options are on the table if Pyongyang doesn't end its nuclear weapons program.
The monster-themed ballistic missile is part of a three-tier attack plan designed to inflict "unbearable cost" to North Korea's military and government.
North Korea, known for its reclusive, militant policies, is attacking President Donald Trump for isolating himself from the international community.
Tokuko Kimura was 10 years old when she became victim to the second of the only two nuclear attacks in history and 72 years later she's fighting to ensure it never happens again.