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US flies mission north of DMZ, sends message to North Korea
North Korea is getting a taste of American military might. The United States says it flew bombers and fighter escorts to the farthest point north of the border between North and South Korea by any such American aircraft this century.
Kim fires off insults at Trump and hints at weapons test
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un lobs crude insults at Trump and hints at frightening new weapons test
Trump piles on new economic sanctions against North Korea
President Donald Trump has authorized stiffer new sanctions against North Korea
The Latest: Trump talks North Korea, signs new order
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that would enable the United States to sanction individual companies and institutions that finance trade with North Korea
US beefs up NKorea sanctions, Kim Jong Un insults Trump,
President Donald Trump has pivoted away from military threats against North Korea to his administration's strategy of economic pressure, signing an order to enable increased sanctions on the nuclear-armed nation
The Latest: Bangladesh PM accuses Myanmar of laying mines
Bangladesh's prime minister is accusing Myanmar of ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims and laying land mines to prevent those who fled to Bangladesh from returning
Canadian leader spotlights his own nation's injustices at UN
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has used his speech at the U.N. General Assembly to talk about the injustices that native people face in his country.
Trump claims Chinese banks won't do business with North Korea
President Donald Trump claimed on Thursday that China, North Korea's principal trading partner, has ordered its banks to stop doing business with the rogue regime. "I'm very proud to tell you that, as you may have just heard moments ago, China, their central bank has told their other banks — that's
The Note: Republicans say 'trust us' on health care, but can you?
THE TAKE with ABC News' MaryAlice Parks Sen. Bill Cassidy insists his bill passes " the Kimmel test ," but health care experts resoundingly disagree. Policy wonks from universities, think tanks and insurance groups were quoted in article after article yesterday, explaining that states could get
Seoul to resume aid to N. Korea but doesn't set date
South Korea has decided to resume humanitarian aid to North Korea to help children and pregnant women, but didn't determine when to provide the assistance amid tensions created by North's nuclear tests