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North Korea and American insanity

In view of the fact that the U.S. military has quite unexpectedly announced North Korea has the capability of launching a nuclear weapon atop a missile, and in view of the fact that the young, untested, unstable, paranoid, and maybe even trigger-happy, North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, is as labile …

North Korea Says Tokyo Is Target No. 1

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>"North Korea warned Japan Friday that Tokyo would be the first target in the event of a war on the …

Pentagon: N. Korea likely can launch nuclear missiles

Pentagon intelligence has assessed that North Korea likely does have the ability to launch nuclear missiles, which raises the stakes for John Kerry, who just landed in South Korea, to find a diplomatic way out of the crisis. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

Pentagon: North Korea Could Be Capable of Arming Ballistic Missile With Nuclear Warhead

In this March 11, 2013 photo released by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and distributed March 12, 2013 by the Korea News Service, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, third left, looks at South’s western border island of Baengnyeong during his visit to the Wolnae Islet Defense Detachment, North …

Dick Cheney’s Deep Thought About North Korea

How to handle the volatile leader of North Korea? Howard Kurtz says the ex-veep knows what to doo-doo.<p>Dick Cheney has such a reassuring way about him.<p>…

ART CASHIN: People Are Worried About Kim Jong-un's 'Messiah Complex'

But despite the extreme tension between North and South Korea, people continue to think about the possibility of reunification.<p>UBS's Art Cashin pondered this with his "Friends of Fermentation" — his drinking buddies. He wrote about their talk In his note this morning:<p>Random, And Other Thoughts On …

As North Korea Warhead Technology Advances, U.S. Signals Become Crucial

The Defense Intelligence Agency is probably premature in finding that North Korea has the ability to launch nuclear warheads over long distances on its ballistic missiles. Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper indicated as much yesterday, saying other intelligence organizations such as …

Why does North Korea hate the U.S.? - The Washington Post

2:52<p>Top moments from the royal wedding<p>1:15<p>Prince Harry, Meghan Markle say 'I will'<p>1:35<p>Bill Gates says Trump confused HIV with HPV<p>2:49<p>'I have no apologies': Kent State graduate explains why she posed with AR-10<p>2:14<p>What happens to our Internet if net neutrality is gone?<p>2:52<p>Remembering Tom Wolfe, …

Maher Blasts U.S. 'War Monger' Response To North Korea And The Military Industrial Complex (VIDEO)

Bill Maher ended Friday's "Real Time" by saying that he's concerned about North Korea. Not about Kim Jong Un's nuclear capabilities, but rather the way American politicians overreact to foreign threats by using them as an excuse to start expensive wars.<p>"With Afghanistan winding down, America is …

North Korea Threatens Colorado Springs

How to Handle North Korea: The Pageant of Proposals

By now, those of you who have been following the Korean crisis have encountered plenty of proposals from pundits. Let's consider some of them.<p>Perhaps the most original idea comes from a professor in Texas, whose advice is that the United States should launch a preventive strike on North Korea's …

U.S., China Agree To Cooperate on North Korea

Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Beijing to push China to increase pressure on its ally North Korea and received at least some rhetorical …

U.S., China pledge on North Korea

BEIJING — The United States and China committed Saturday to a process aimed at ridding North Korea of its nuclear weapons, with the Obama administration gaining at least the rhetorical support of the only government that can exert significant influence over the reclusive North.<p>The question now is …

The west seems more concerned about North Korea than most Koreans

I had assumed I would be safe in peaceful little Wonju, a city around an hour and a half from Seoul by bus, but while we were eating sangyupsal and …

The Ultimate North Korean Missile Threat To America: A Nuke Power Grid Attack

It’s way past time for the Obama administration to take North Korean and Iranian nuclear threats seriously. An urgently critical priority must be to counter North Korea’s rapidly-emerging capability to deliver and detonate an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) device in the sky over America which could …

Kerry optimistic China will rein in North Korea but doubts remain

China is fed up with Kim Jong-un. After two months of hair-trigger tension on the Korean Peninsula, that much is clear. But will the Communist Party leadership actually do anything to rein in its unpredictable ally in Pyongyang?<p>U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry seems to think it will. He emerged …

North Korea

North Korea Can Put A Nuke on a Missile, U.S. Intelligence Agency Believes

The Defense Intelligence Agency has concluded with "moderate confidence" that North Korea might have a nuclear weapon that's small enough to be …

World War 3 has Already Begun

Buzz Aldrin: Mars, Not Moon, Should Be Next For NASA Astronauts

By: SPACE.com Staff<p>Published: 04/01/2013 07:50 AM EDT on SPACE.com<p>Pioneering astronaut Buzz Aldrin made history as the second man to walk on the moon in 1969, just after Neil Armstrong during the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. More than four decades later, he wants NASA to set its sights …

James E. Hansen Retiring From NASA To Fight Global Warming

James E. Hansen, the climate scientist who issued the clearest warning of the 20th century about the dangers of global warming, will retire from NASA this week, giving himself more freedom to pursue political and legal efforts to limit greenhouse gases.<p>Read more on The New York Times

Steve Stockman Hopes James Hansen's NASA Retirement Will Encourage Climate Change Denial

Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas), a member of the House Science Committee who recently claimed that Earth's best feature was that "if you poke holes in it oil and gas come out," is glad that top NASA climate scientist James Hansen has retired. With him gone, Stockman told the Houston Chronicle on …