North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatened to resume previously suspended activities, which were paused during Trump's administration.
Some experts speculate that after the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing, North Korea could significantly raise the stakes in weapons demonstrations.
U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Sung Kim reiterated the need to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula on calls with Japanese and South Korean officials.
The officials are accused of helping to provide equipment and technology for the country's missile program.
Some believe Kim's absolute power could falter if he does not address COVID-19 pandemic-related issues plaguing the country.
North Korea has tested what is believed to be a powerful submarine-launched ballistic missile in the Sea of Japan as the U.S. warns of a future long-range weapon threat. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command said the launch wasn't an immediate threat but it spotlights "the destabilizing impact of [North Korea's] illicit weapons program."
In Japan, the missile can hit approximately 80 U.S. military installations except those at the northernmost tip of the nation. Whereas in South Korea, the missile could reach all 73 U.S. military bases.
Where Trump sees no wrongdoing, Abe says North Korean missile test "clearly violates" UN resolution. Trump says the trade deal is done, Abe says there's more work to do. Both maintain they are "on the same page."
Daniel Beckwitt told authorities he hired Askia Khafra, picked him up in Silver Spring, Maryland, and drove him to his Bethesda home via a roundabout route through Virginia.
Japan approved a record-high defense budget for 2018 to face the threat from North Korea.
The test was unusual in that it was conducted in the dead of night.
Kim's public appearances are regularly recorded in a special section of the ruling party's newspaper, titled Supreme Leader's Activities.
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.
A Cathay Pacific flight crew reportedly witnessed the North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile as it broke apart upon re-entering the earth's atmosphere.
Two images that were shot from the same viewpoint actually display different constellations.
Russian marines are training in field combat in North Korea, bordering Primorye.
The long-anticipated unit was officially formed on December 1.
The Hwasong-15 nose cone's size and shape suggest it is "bad news".
In firing the ICBM, North Korea ended a 74-daylong pause in missile launches.
Two ships in Russia's Pacific Fleet practiced amphibious landing in Primorye, Russia, and more drills in the country's east will follow.