Kim Jong Un understands that war would end with his demise and therefore wants to avoid an escalation.
With S. Korea hosting the Winter Olympics next month, exploratory diplomacy may be in the cards.
Did North Korea violate international law?
Oswald met with a KGB agent and called and wrote to Soviet diplomatic missions, the new files show, but Moscow insisted he was "mentally unstable."
President Donald Trump has reportedly questioned the health of two of the Supreme Court's female members.
Defense Secretary Perry: "We do not need a national missile defense system because no rogue nation has ICBMs."
The Supreme Court will tackle President Donald Trump's travel ban, gay civil rights and partisan gerrymandering.
Five ways China's approach to Kim Jong Un is fast developing.
The growing crises in mainland Southeast Asia are quickly spiraling out of control.
Just as Kim Jong Un is threatening nuclear war, Trump bullies South Korea on a trade deal.
The real danger stems from an escalation in tension in the Korean Peninsula that could spiral out of control.
The unification of North with South is not going to happen anyway, due to economic costs and political constraints.
Kennedy and Johnson faced the same as Trump, a hostile dictatorship that developed a nuclear bomb.
His black and white approach reflects antiquated, polarizing Cold War-era attitudes.
What our nation's youngest president can tell us about our oldest.
The active/negative type keeps returning to himself, his problems, how is he doing.
Start by avoiding Twitter between midnight and lunchtime.
Fake moderates McCain and Collins showed their fraudulent commitment to Senate traditions.
Gorsuch may be as conservative as Scalia, but he is not Scalia.
The government's defense science agency counts Agent Orange, bunny ESP and draining the Great Lakes among its interests and achievements.
It's unlikely he'll be a loose cannon on the Court. He is a conciliator, not a rebel.
Gorsuch may be more conservative than Scalia. We won't know until he starts voting.