Senator: Military dependents in South Korea have to goCurrently there are around 28,500 U.S. troops in South Korea in part to deter potential aggression from the North.
Finding the adventurous spirit: A veteran embraces life’s odyssey'You’re behind this lens of the camera. Though of course, I still had a rifle.”
Mattis in South Korea amid North Korea nuke threatsMattis is emphasizing the Trump administration's push for a diplomatic solution to the problem.
Why bombing North Korea is effing nutsA preemptive strike is the only scenario that guarantees Kim Jong-un will use nuclear weapons.
US flies 14 aircraft, drops bombs in huge show of force over KoreaThe show of force is the latest in an ever-increasing impasse between the US, its South Korean and Japanese allies, and North Korea.
UN condemns North Korea's 'highly provocative' missile test (again)North Korea has repeatedly vowed to continue its weapons tests.
The US flew a few of its crown jewels in a show of force against North KoreaThe tit for tat move included a pair of B-1B bombers and four stealthy F-35B's alongside four South Korean and two Japanese F-15's.
North Korea's war rhetoric is intensifyingThe Hermit Kingdom gave a declaration to the world to expect more missile tests.
Kim Jong Un urges more missile launches targeting PacificTuesday's missile landed nowhere near Guam, but firing a Hwasong-12 so soon after the threat may be a way for North Korea to show it could follow through if it chose to do so.
North Korea's missile program just crossed a somber milestoneThe aggressive missile launch sends a clear message of defiance as Washington and Seoul conduct war games nearby.
Trump on North Korean test: 'All options are on the table'Trump said that with the missile launch North Korea has "signaled its contempt for its neighbors."
The North Korean war rhetoric continues ...The heated North Korean rhetoric, along with occasional weapons tests, is standard fare during the spring and summer war games by allies Seoul and Washington.