North Korean Nuclear Test News
S. Korea and US begin naval drills amid North Korean threat
South Korean and U.S. troops have begun five days of naval drills amid North Korea's renewal of its threat to fire missiles near Guam
4th small quake detected since North Korea's nuclear test
South Korea has detected a fourth small earthquake near North Korea's main nuclear test site after the country's sixth and most powerful nuclear test explosion last month
Australia's foreign minister visits tense Korean border
Australia's top diplomat has visited the heavily fortified border between the two Koreas and says her government hopes there will be no need for military action against North Korea over its weapons programs
4 ships banned from all ports for violating NKorea sanctions
The U.N. Security Council has banned all nations from allowing four ships that transported prohibited goods to and from North Korea to enter any port in their country
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
In Pacific, rising tensions evoke troubling nuclear legacy
Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands remains contaminated by radiation, part of a troubling nuclear testing legacy that continues to affect islands and people across the Pacific long after the U.S., Britain and France stopped their testing programs there
Otto Warmbier's parents want North Korea added to list of state sponsors of terrorism
The parents of the American student who died after being released from a North Korea prison are looking to get the State Department to add the country as a state sponsor of terrorism . Twelve senators -- six Democrats and six Republicans -- sent a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
Trump warns North Korea 'won't be around much longer' if threats continue to escalate
President Donald Trump continued to escalate threats to North Korea late Saturday as he responded to their foreign minister with a warning "they won't be around much longer" if the country continues provocation. Trump took to Twitter just after 11 p.m. to respond to statements made earlier Saturday
US flies bombers off North Korean coast to send message on America's 'military options'
The U.S. flew bombers and fighter jets along the North Korean coast Saturday to send a message about the "military options" open to America in dealing with Kim Jong Un 's regime, the Pentagon said. U.S. B-1B Lancer bombers from Guam and F-15 fighter jets from Okinawa, Japan, joined in the exercise
Earthquake reported in North Korea near site of recent nuclear test
Chinese state-run news service is reporting a 3.4 magnitude earthquake close to the site of this month's test of a nuclear bomb.