On his first presidential visit to South Korea, Donald Trump spent much of his time talking about the country's northern neighbor.
The president seemed to soften his tone in recent tweets about hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, but one message was consistent.
Regime leader Kim Jong-un said President Donald Trump would "pay dearly" for saying the U.S. would "totally destroy" North Korea if needed.
Spain said its ambassador from North Korea must leave soon. Mexico, Kuwait and Peru recently did something similar.
The Hermit Kingdom is threatening the U.S. and Japan after the United Nations hit the country with new sanctions.
The test hasn't been independently verified.
Jeffco School District admits principal failed to notify parents of threat against their son.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he's still willing to take a diplomatic approach with North Korea to help resolve the ongoing conflict.
The op-ed article from China's state-owned newspaper also said China would step in if the U.S. attacks the North first.
U.S. allies close to North Korea often have to recognize bark from bite in threats from the North.
Guam has gone from a vacation paradise to a ballistic missile target, thanks to an ominous threat from North Korea.
Flying drones above most U.S. military bases is illegal, but a new policy lets bases shoot certain drones out of the sky and seize them.