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North Korea insults: Pyongyang’s putdowns target Obama, Clinton, Kerry

In another life, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s propaganda chief could have had a heck of a career as an insult comic. The latest screed from Pyongyang’s unnamed prince of prose (or princes — it’s unclear how many write these gems) was delivered Monday in response to Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., asserting Kim Jong

South Korea talks sunshine and rare earths as North Korea warclouds gather

Daniel McGroarty, What’s next from North Korea?  With last month’s failed missile launch, Kim Jong Un’s regime is ratcheting up its face-saving missile-flexing to the next level, with a rumored test of a nuclear warhead. President Donald Trump responded with his favored weapon, Twitter, launching this 140-character salvo:  “North Korea is looking for trouble. If

In this New Cuban Missile Crisis, Are We Already in Checkmate?

Larry Kelley, Dr. Peter Pry is the Executive Director of the Task Force on National Homeland Security, Chief of Staff of the Congressional EMP (Electric Magnetic Pulse) Commission, and is considered one of the country’s most knowledgeable experts on nuclear weapons technology. He is the undisputed preeminent authority on the existential threat presented by the

North Korea Claims CIA Planned ‘Biochemical’ Attack to Kill Kim Jong Un

Mikael Thalen | Infowars, Biochemical weapon, described as a “radioactive” or “nano poisonous substance,” was to be used during military parade. North Korea accused the U.S. and South Korea Friday of attempting to assassinate Kim Jong Un with biochemical weapons. According to North Korea’s Ministry of State Security, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and South

Tillerson urges ASEAN to cut North Korea funding, minimize ties

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged Southeast Asian foreign ministers on Thursday to do more to help cut funding streams for North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs and to minimize diplomatic relations with Pyongyang. In his first ministerial meeting with all 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Tillerson also called

House passes bill to impose new sanctions on North Korea

The House overwhelmingly voted Thursday to impose new sanctions on North Korea amid heightened tensions over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. The vote, 419-1, targets North Korea’s shipping industry and use of slave labor.  It also requires that the Trump administration report to Congress within 90 days on whether North Korea should be reinstated

The North Korean threat is not theoretical, it is reality

Douglas Birkey, North Korea is surging to the brink. Advancements in their missile technology and nuclear weapons program will soon put the United States in the crosshairs. As Senator John McCain recently remarked: “A North Korean missile tipped with a nuclear warhead, capable of reaching our homeland is no longer a distant hypothetical, but an

Trump warns of ‘major, major conflict’ with North Korea

President Trump warned a “major, major conflict” with North Korea could result from the ongoing standoff over its nuclear and missile programs, but he said he hoped diplomacy would prevail. In an exclusive Oval Office interview with Reuters ahead of the 100-day benchmark in his administration, Trump candidly acknowledged that the international situation could go