North Korea analysts said the next threat could come from underwater.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un do agree on one thing: The United Nations should be reformed.
North Korea made major leaps in its missile technology in 2017.
Moscow alleges that the missile defense systems violate the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
India was only the fourth country in the world to successfully intercept a ballistic missile.
Kim’s public appearances are regularly recorded in a special section of the ruling party's newspaper, titled Supreme Leader’s Activities.
The virtual ID card will be as valid as paper identification issued by the Chinese state and will have a facial-recognition function to prevent identity theft.
63 teenagers publish letter telling Benjamin Netanyahu they won’t enlist in the military.
Moscow says it is fed up with “groundless” U.S. accusations that it is obstructing U.S. observation jets, so it will now do exactly that.
The Queen delegated more duties to Prince Charles in 2017.
The coalition said it will remain committed to fighting ISIS in Syria but will not target the militants in areas held by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
China denies the allegations.
Deadlines around the deal in January will put Trump in the position to reevaluate the agreement.
Thumbprints from a DNA test will determine the winner of a disputed million-dollar lottery ticket in Thailand.
China is North Korea's top trading partner.
The circumstances around why the man was set alight remains unknown. Police are currently appealing for witnesses.
The Islamic State militant group, or ISIS, claimed responsibility for a series of explosions in the Afghan capital of Kabul that left at least 41 dead and 84 wounded on Thursday, according to reports.
Children have been used as human shields and killed on a shocking scale during violence in world conflicts in 2017, a new report from UNICEF revealed.
Assimilating is posing a risk to American Jews, an Israeli lawmaker argued Thursday.
"If there is a threat to the life and wellbeing of our employees...liquidate the bandits," the president said.
Missiles that F-35 stealth fighters already carry need only slight tweaks to be able to target ICBMs, an aerial combat expert says.
The president's administration sent home about a quarter fewer Mexican nationals than his predecessor in the first 11 months of 2016.
The U.N. has called ISIS atrocities against the Yazidis a genocide but fighters from the ethnic group have been accused of reprisal killings.
The drills come as the two allies clash over the controversial “comfort women” deal.
Russia and China continue to insist that the way to resolve the conflict is if the U.S. pledges to step back from its own military reinforcement of nearby allies.
Islamist extremists will welcome the survival of Assad’s murderous regime.
“Take advantage of the fact that you can easily obtain a rifle in America,” the fighter says.
Under South Korean law, North Korean defectors can receive support from Seoul’s government to resettle in the country.
The secretary of state summed up the administration's diplomatic track record over a year where he seemed at cross purposes with Trump on North Korea.
Syria, Iran and Hezbollah's so-called axis of resistance may have found itself new Palestinian and Iraqi partners opposed to Israel and the U.S.