North Korea claims it's not scared of President Donald Trump or his "old warmonger" Secretary of Defense James Mattis.
More than 64 years after the CIA helped overthrow Iran's democratically elected government, the country reacted to recent U.S. comments on regime change.
The deal was inked after Trump accused Qatar of being a "high-level" sponsor of terrorism.
Pyongyang's stepping up of missile and nuclear programs put North Korea at top of national security agenda, says the U.S. Defense Secretary.
The U.S. has said it will not attend Moscow-led peace talks scheduled for Friday.
Vice president seemingly contradicts Trump at Munich conference, as the president has been critical of the alliance.
Mattis said the U.S. should ensure its diplomats "negotiate from a position of strength."
Trump's contradictory remarks on NATO, calling it "obsolete" during the U.S. election campaign but also supporting it, as well as his praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin, have deeply unsettled allies who fear for transatlantic ties.
Donald Trump's choice for secretary of defense is 'not a fool or a cowboy' and could actually be a calming influence on the administration.
Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote now exceeds 2.5 million.
Mattis is a revered figure in the Marine Corps and known for his distrust of Iran.