The North Korean leader responds to President Trump's threatening speech given in front of the United Nations General Assembly this week.
In his speech, the president threatened to wipe out North Korea, then turned his wrath to Iran, again pledging to undermine the 2015 nuclear deal. And that wasn't all.
Officials and pundits across the region try to parse the president’s vow before the U.N. that the U.S., if provoked, will “totally destroy North Korea.”
The president’s U.N. speech shows that his policies are the same as the neocon strategies of George W. Bush and liberal intervention of Barack Obama.
The president's first address to the United Nations General Assembly is marked by tough talk for North Korea and Iran.
The Israeli prime minister approves of the president's address, which condemned Iran.
In a coordinated effort, some of Trump’s aides have worked to maintain—if not expand—the American footprint and influence abroad.
The intermediate-range weapon is fired over Japan into the northern Pacific Ocean.
Treasury official Marshall Billingslea says both countries "must do much more" to implement and enforce sanctions.
It’s easy to get caught up in the deeply flawed character of Donald Trump, but we also need to concentrate on his policy failings.