President Donald Trump and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un may finally be getting along, but they have a long way to go before reaching peace.
Trump said his relationship with North Korea "is very good" and that he expects "a total denuclearization, which is already starting to take place."
The U.S.-led NATO Western military alliance and Russia accused each other of fueling the Cold War–like crisis across Europe.
Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may last only a few hours—but that's enough time to worry leaders in Beijing and Tokyo.
Kim Jong Un "has created sort of a cushion for failure, that if the U.S. backs away, the Chinese and Russians will be behind him," 38 North's Joel Wit said.
North Korea threatened a "nuclear-to-nuclear showdown" after Vice President Mike Pence suggested Kim Jong Un could be overthrown.
Trump reportedly gave Ukraine the missile system after the country stopped cooperating with the Mueller investigation.
India has equipped its INS Arihant nuclear submarine with K-15 Sagarika missiles capable of hitting targets 435 miles away.
North Korea said it would it would take apart its only known nuclear test site, and these images show its already started.
North Korea has justified its nuclear weapons with the U.S.'s long history of invading its foes across the world.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo offered North Korea's top diplomat "the opportunities your people so richly deserve."
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said, "We will do whatever it takes to protect our people," including building nuclear weapons.
The administration blamed the mistake on a clerical error.
Russia's submersible drone, known to Russia as Poseidon and to the U.S. as Kanyon, may change nuclear warfare as we know it.
Are Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un serious about denuclearization or will they play the same games as their predecessors?
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said one option "would involve resuming at a much greater speed our nuclear activities."
Speaking at a military showcase, President Rouhani blamed "invading powers" for shoring up presence around Iran.
Since 2001, the U.S. has been involved in several ongoing overseas conflicts with no clear end in sight.
The world's top two military powers may be on a collision course in Syria.
"We hope the Trump administration thinks twice before deciding to attack Syria," the ruling Chinese Communist Party's newspaper said.
Defense Secretary James Mattis is heading to the White House to show President Donald Trump his options for attacking Syria.