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President Trump used unusually restrained language in opening a trade offensive against China as his military advisers tamped down talk of war with North Korea. [Read More]
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The Rev. Robert Jeffress promoted a twisted theology that fetishizes violence. [Read More]
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Mr. Meyers gave President Trump a suggestion: "If you don't want people to start taking drugs, stop making them think the end of the world... [Read More]
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Timothy Cooney closed the city's office of civil defense in the '60s. He found it offered more patronage than protection from nuclear war's "fire and... [Read More]
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North Korea, long a source of global tension, overtook the news this week when President Trump threatened "fire and fury like the world has never... [Read More]
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The secretary of state wants Americans to relax. We're here to help. Maybe a nice bedtime book to help you sleep? [Read More]
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Mr. Trump's threat to bring "fire and fury" to North Korea has Beijing hoping to emerge as the sober-minded power in the region. [Read More]
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Mr. Trump's remarks warning of "fire and fury" if North Korea continued threatening the U.S. broke with a tradition of American presidents using urgent diplomacy... [Read More]
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Readers view North Korea's threats as saber rattling, suggest inviting Kim Jong-un to Mar-a-Lago and advise the president to read "Hiroshima." [Read More]
The president has a chance to use diplomacy and economic incentives to curtail Kim Jong-un's nuclear ambitions. [Read More]
While some officials played down the president's warning to North Korea, some analysts said that the escalating rhetoric increased the likelihood of war. [Read More]
We discuss President's Trump's threat to North Korea on Tuesday and how to interpret the latest escalation in tensions. [Read More]
Before threatening 'fire and fury,' Donald Trump should read some history books about nuclear warfare. [Read More]
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