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The Hartford CourantThere's good news for Connecticut in most, but not all, of the defense budget that President Barack Obama released Wednesday. The spending plan still supports the same two Virginia Class submarines ordered from Electric Boat as well as spending on the...
Nothing about the international response to North Korea's third nuclear test in February or subsequent provocations has been unreasonable. The crisis is entirely of Pyongyang's making. But it is possible that the hard-line approach taken by Washington,...
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — The prospect of a North Korean missile test is "considerably high," South Korea's foreign minister told lawmakers Wednesday as Pyongyang calmly prepared to mark the April 15 birthday of its founder, historically a...
PAJU, South Korea (AP) — A few hundred South Korean managers, some wandering among quiet assembly lines, were all that remained Tuesday at the massive industrial park run by the rival Koreas after North Korea pulled its more than 50,000 workers from...
FrameworkFriday's Pictures in the News begins on the Chinese - North Korea border, where a Chinese street vendor makes traditional North Korean glutinous rice cakes beside the Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge, left, connecting Sinuiju, North Korea, and the Yalu River...
WASHINGTON — The commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific reassured Congress on Tuesday that the U.S. military could intercept any missile launched by North Korea and aimed at America's territory or its East Asian allies. Adm. Samuel Locklear's...
Tags: Weaponry, Park Geun-hye, White House, South Korea, U.S. Military
South Korea has raised its military alert level and stepped up monitoring of North Korea, local news reports said Wednesday, amid indications that the Pyongyang regime could be preparing for a missile test. Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se told South...
Tags: Weaponry, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, United Nations
WSBT-TVNervous and scared are how one man describes the feelings of people he knows in South Korea. Tensions between North and South Korea are nothing new. With threats of nuclear war, many Koreans living in our area are growing more and more concerned...
Shouldn’t we just nuke North Korea now and get it over with? Or, to put it another way, was Douglas MacArthur right, after all? Well, no and no. (Although undoubtedly some will want to argue the MacArthur thing late into the night.) Yes, the...
WASHINGTON—The Pentagon said Wednesday that it is sending a mobile missile defense system to Guam as a "precautionary move," as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said North Korea posed a "real and clear danger" to the U.S. military base on the western...
BEIJING -- In a sign of China’s exasperation with its rogue ally, North Korea, newly installed Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday condemned nations that throw the “world into chaos.” Without mentioning North Korea by name, Xi...
Tags: Weaponry, National Government, China, Park Geun-hye, Government
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro urged North Korea to steer clear of atomic warfare, saying Koreans faced “one of the most grave risks of nuclear war” since the Cuban missile crisis half a century ago. North Korea has stepped up its...
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