The North Korean leader responds to President Trump's threatening speech given in front of the United Nations General Assembly this week.
The first treaty to prohibit such weapons has the backing of over 100 countries—but the opposition of the nuclear-armed ones.
Treasury official Marshall Billingslea says both countries "must do much more" to implement and enforce sanctions.
The chief of staff to former Secretary of State Colin Powell says the U.S. government benefits from tensions with North Korea.
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A North Korean military spokesman responds by raising the possibility of a missile attack on Guam.
As U.S. demands an end to North Korean nuclear testing, Hiroshima's mayor urges nations to sign an anti-nuclear treaty.
There is an urgent need to de-escalate the conflict with North Korea so that it doesn’t explode into an all-out nuclear war.
The explosion of even a single warhead could chill the atmosphere and cause a "nuclear drought," new study finds.