The Trump administration has asked the entire US Senate to the White House for a briefing on North Korea that will take place on Wednesday afternoon. Could this administration be making a case for a war in North Korea?
After bombing two countries, provoking North Korea, and losing an aircraft carrier, the Trump administration is now picking a fight with Iran.
“What happens if North Korea launches another missile?” asked Fox News' Ainsley Earhardt finally. Trump’s answer was, “We’ll find out.”
Being a Democratic candidate in Georgia isn't always easy, particularly in the district he is hoping to represent, but Ossoff is doing it right.
"We're going to abandon the failed policy of strategic patience. But we're going to redouble our efforts to bring diplomatic and economic pressure to bear on North Korea"
"And I've got to tell you, though, I've never been so concerned, as I am now, for the state of this country and world relations."
"Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf" Trump asked in 2014
Trump's isolationist hypocrisy is the least of our problems. It is where that hypocrisy is taking us, and at an ever-increasing pace
As you can see from the polling, conservatives, far from reacting with outrage, have instead laid back and lit up in the post-coital afterglow
With Trump in charge of America's nuclear arsenal – like a toddler playing with a loaded firearm – Congressional oversight is a necessity.
A bully armed with a Twitter account is one thing, but the same bully with access to America's nuclear arsenal is a whole other ballgame.
As the Russia scandal becomes increasingly explosive, so too does Donald Trump's foreign policy.
"North Korea is looking for trouble. If China decides to help, that would be great. If not, we will solve the problem without them! U.S.A."
"You have to wonder if Trump himself isn't worried about what's swirling around under the covers even more than what's happening over in Pyongyang."
The president-elect was hoping his inauguration celebration would be accompanied by "tanks and missile launchers."
The North Korean state media agency published an endorsement of the presumptive GOP nominee on Tuesday, praising his campaign promises and hilariously calling him "wise" and "far-sighted."
Marco Rubio wants to blame Obama for inaction, but it was the action of George W. Bush that drove North Korea to develop nuclear weapons
The hypocrisy of this nation co-sponsoring a resolution condemning anyone country for human rights abuses (torture) is beyond the pale. Particularly in light of the recent Senate Intelligence Report verifying what the world has known for several years; America is guilty of committing gross human rights abuses on its own citizens and "suspected terrorists" held in captivity.
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is known for going out of his way to make blatantly offensive and outlandish comments in order to bring attention to himself. He stayed true to his reputation on Wednesday.
During an interview on Morning Joe Friday morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) predictably placed the recent flare-up of ethnic violence in Iraq at the President's feet.