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War of words between President Trump, Kim Jong-Un escalates
Former Vice Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. James Cartwright and New Yorker staff writer Evan Osnos discuss the North Korea threat on "This Week."
US, South Korea react to North Korea nuclear test
The South Korean military conducted exercises to simulate an attack on North Korea while U.S. officials warned that any threat to allies would be met with a "massive military response."
Texas lawmaker on nuclear threat: 'This is not the time to get into a big trade fight with South Korea'
Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, speaks to Martha Raddatz about North Korea, and more.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz on Harvey: 'This disaster is unlike anything we have ever seen'
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joins "This Week" to discuss Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, North Korea, and more.
US conducts missile intercept test amid heightened tensions with North Korea
A missile from a U.S. Navy ship intercepted a medium-range ballistic missile in a test off Hawaii on Monday, according to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA).
US defense chief meets with South Korean defense minister
ABC News' Amna Nawaz recaps the meeting, where Secretary of Defense James Mattis said the U.S. is not out of diplomatic solutions for North Korea, with analysis from Luis Martinez and Conor Finnegan.
SPECIAL REPORT: Trump addresses nation on Afghanistan policy
This is in the BC news special. Presidential address to the nation. Now reported George Stephanopoulos. Good evening we are coming on the air now because. President trump is about to address the nation for the first time on the war in Afghanistan. It is already America's longest war almost sixteen
Guam could be next target for North Korea's missile launch plan
Guam's homeland security chief says they would have just 14 minutes of warning before missiles would land; Guam is home to two U.S. military bases.
North Korea missile defense
How would the U.S. protect itself from a possible North Korean nuclear strike?
Trump, Abe agree to increase pressure on North Korea
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters he and President Trump spoke by phone and "fully agreed" the U.S. and Japan need to "take further action" after North Korea's latest missile launch.