The chief of staff to former Secretary of State Colin Powell says the U.S. government benefits from tensions with North Korea.
While condemning the latest nuclear test, leaders of Russia and South Korea seem far apart on the issue of stepping up sanctions.
The California governor's visit comes as the U.S. orders the Russian consulate in San Francisco closed; Putin pens article on economic conference in China.
Trump's terse written statement repeating that all options are being considered points to an administration cautiously seeking an effective policy.
The tentative interest in diplomacy follows unusually combative threats between President Donald Trump and North Korea.
John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev avoided nuclear war in 1962. Whether Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will do so remains a question.
A team of U.S. and South Korean scientists correct a disease-causing mutation in human embryos.
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.
A potentially catastrophic endgame is playing out between bellicose North Korea and the pugnacious U.S. regime.
North Korea hasn’t been cowed into compliance by Washington’s warnings and military muscle-flexing. Here's why diplomacy is not naive appeasement in the Korean crisis.