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.
Elliott Abrams writes that US diplomats will find ways to show we resent this gratuitous insult.
North Koreans are commemorating 100 years since her birth.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said his country is willing to help with arrangements.
After the world's deadliest conflict, a future secretary of state decided to split North and South Korea based on a map he found in a magazine.
The era of America as the U.N.'s sugar daddy is fast coming to an end.
All but one of Russia's previous radar stations are based in the country's west, near Europe.
Russia says the world needs open dialog rather than talking about talking.
The Russian president was hosting his annual press conference, a hotly-anticipated event in Russia's Christmas TV calendar.
North Korea cited international agreements that define aggression, arguing U.S. attempts to institute a naval blockade were illegal.
Russian marines are training in field combat in North Korea, bordering Primorye.
Russia's top diplomat lashed out at Nikki Haley for her recent remarks toward North Korea.
"If Kim Jong Un wants to stay alive, he needs to stop," Senator Steve Russell said, channeling his experience in hunting Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
South Korea launched a "precision strike" missile exercise after North Korea conducted its first missile test in more than two months.
North Korea called the U.S. "the kingpin of all kinds of terrorism who cannot even prevent terror in its own territory."
North Korea is using video games to teach kids how to assassinate Americans at a propaganda camp.
Randy Schriver said he supported talking to the notoriously reclusive, militarized state in order to avoid a war breaking out.
North Korea said total "denuclearization is the aspiration and desire of humankind," but it needed nuclear weapons as long as it was threatened by the U.S.
After calling President Donald Trump a "mad dog," North Korea said we're all victims of the U.S. leader.
When Kim Jong Un tunes in to U.S. media, his closest advisers probably ask him to ignore President Donald Trump and listen to the experts.