“It’s the next logical step that we were expecting."
If incendiary bluster slides into military conflict, the populations of South Korea and Japan are in harm’s way.
A U.S. intelligence official suggested the move could be a gesture to express displeasure with NATO.
“The thought of Donald Trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death."
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North Korea threatened on Monday to test what its neighbors believe is a ballistic missile capable of reaching United States