The North's most recent test launch of a short-range ballistic missile on Monday landed in the sea off its east coast.
The guilty plea is an illustration of how unhinged conspiracy theorists latched onto the Newtown shooting and harassed the family members of victims.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday night raised the United Kingdom's threat level to "critical."
Trump's threat to Comey is a clear breach of the law.
"End of security checks. Gradual return to normal," Paris police said in a tweet.
An editorial in the North Korean Central News Agency accuses Beijing of "raising tensions."
Seoul has said it will not let its guard down and is watching the situation closely.
Pence and Abe agreed that they needed to persuade China to play a larger role in dealing with North Korea.
The Trump foreign policy team overestimates China's influence over Pyongyang.
Juan Thompson, a former journalist arrested for allegedly making bomb threats against a number of Jewish schools and community centers, pleaded "not guilty" in New York.
"I believe that Iran is operating in what I call a gray zone," he said. "And it's an area between normal competition between states— and it's just short of open conflict."
Khalil Abu Rayan apologized for threatening to shoot up a church, murder a police officer and "skin people like sheep," saying he was an embarrassment to Islam.
The Seoul branch of the U.N. Human Rights Committee employs six people to listen to defectors' accounts of human rights abuses.
A British-born convert to Islam, Masood had racked up a string of convictions, but none for terrorism-related offences.