In our news wrap Wednesday, Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake slammed President Trump for his attacks on the news media, saying the president’s use of terms like “fake news” and “enemy of the people” were a repeat of attacks made by…
By PBS NewsHour
Hawaii has had the authority to cancel or retract warnings since 2012, when it applied for access to the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System, FEMA said in a statement.
By Audrey McAvoy and Caleb Jones, Associated Press
Fear around the North’s missile and nuclear programs have spiked with false alarms in Hawaii over the weekend and Japan on Tuesday. At a Vancouver summit, U.S. officials hope to unite the West to target North Korea economically. Meanwhile, the…
By Nick Schifrin
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he and the president of Kazakhstan are united in a shared determination to prevent North Korea from "threatening the world with nuclear devastation."…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
For the first time in more than two years, officials from the two Koreas sat for high-level, closed-door talks. The two sides agreed to hold future military talks to ease border tensions and the North pledged to send a delegation…
By Associated Press
Trump said on Saturday that he was open to talking to Kim Jong Un, but the U.N. ambassador says the administration hasn't changed its conditions.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump, shelving comparisons about the size of a "nuclear button," said Saturday he is open to talking with the North Korean leader.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
With this week’s bellicose boasting about who has the bigger red button on his desk, an alert Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention felt more than a bit on the nose.
By Daniel Bush
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday he agreed with a former top military official’s view that the United States and North Korea are closer than ever to nuclear war.
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