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North Korea says 'a nuclear war may break out any moment'
North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador says the situation on the Korean peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment."
'Berlin Station' cast say German capital more than backdrop
As the heart of former Nazi Germany, then the front lines of the Cold War, cast members of Epix's "Berlin Station" say the German capital is the perfect setting for the modern spy thriller set in amid a changing world order as its second season opens
NATO chief: 'We don't want a new Cold War' with Russia
NATO's secretary-general says the alliance doesn't want a "new Cold War" with Russia despite members' concerns about the Russian military buildup close to NATO's border
Speedboat fetches $75K at auction of Kennedy-era memorabilia
A mahogany speedboat that belonged to John F. Kennedy has sold for $75,000, and a flight suit that belonged to CIA operative Francis Gary Powers sold for $2,750 at a New York auction of Kennedy-era memorabilia
Analysis: Nobel lets Korea nuke players know they 'are watching'
They couldn't award it to Kim Jong Un or Donald Trump. That much was certain. But the granting of the Nobel Peace Prize to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons opened itself to a clear interpretation across Asia: When it comes to the nuclear-saturated war of words on the Korean
The Latest: US: Nobel Peace choice doesn't change US stance
The United States has issued a statement saying that "no state possessing nuclear weapons or which depends upon such weapons for its security supports" a U.N. treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons
The Latest: UN chief praises anti-nuke Nobel Peace winner
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has tweeted his congratulations to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, saying: "Now more than ever we need a world without nuclear weapons."
Putin opens talks with Saudi king at the Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's King Salman have opened talks at the Kremlin in the first official visit of a Saudi monarch to Russia
Las Vegas shooter went to one of the city's many shooting ranges
There are countless ways to indulge your wild side in Las Vegas. For many, that includes blowing off steam at one of the city's shooting ranges. While the group packages and experiences available at the shooting ranges are largely geared toward tourists, at least one Nevada resident was also a
Crews start injecting grout into collapsed Hanford tunnel
Workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation have started injecting grout into a partially collapsed tunnel that contains radioactive wastes left over from the production of nuclear weapons