Trump's terse written statement repeating that all options are being considered points to an administration cautiously seeking an effective policy.
A North Korean military spokesman responds by raising the possibility of a missile attack on Guam.
The site of downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 became even more politically fraught Sunday, when pro-Russian separatists reportedly took custody of the remains of some 200 bodies of crash victims and obstructed emergency workers' access to the area.
On Friday, North Korea endured quite a setback on the international stage with the failure of its long-range missile launch. Also figuring in among the topics for this week's panelists -- Arianna Huffington, Robert Scheer, Carly Fiorina and Matt Miller -- on "Left, Right & Center" are taxes, the Trayvon Martin court case and Apple's pricing problem.
North Korea's missile launch Friday didn't quite go as planned, as the country's $850 million (or so) show of military technology fizzled out after a couple of minutes.
In a confidential report released Friday, the International Atomic Energy Agency says it has received new information that suggests Iran may be trying to develop a nuclear-armed missile, marking a crucial point in the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the U.N.
This is slightly disconcerting, especially for those of us in the Greater Los Angeles region: On Monday night, a CBS News affiliate in Southern California captured video footage of what appeared to be a rocket or missile shooting into the sky about 35 miles off the coastline (Update: Mystery solved).
In news that would make Han Solo proud, the U.S. Missile Defense Agency has shot down a ballistic missile using a high-powered laser. The technology, which never, ever worked in the past, is criticized by some as weaponizing space and others as a colossal waste of resources.