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Fire and fury is on full display in the telecommunications sector. CenturyLink reported yet another disappointing quarter. Will the recent merger with Level 3 C... [Read More]
Bill Niepoth, in his Sunday letter, "We need diplomacy not fire and fury," in referring to the 1950 Korean War stated, "There were no winners."I highly doubt the citizens of South Korea would agree, especially consid... [Read More]
Fire and fury if necessary. But not necessarily fire and fury. That's the message delivered by a top United States military officer about the North Korean nuclear threat. [Read More]
Fire and fury if necessary. But not necessarily fire and fury. That's the message delivered by a top United States military officer about the North Korean nuclear threat. [Read More]
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An expert on why it's easier for Trump to launch nuclear weapons than it should be. Senators held a congressional hearing on Tuesday to discuss the US president's authority to launch a nuclear strike. It was the first hearing to overtly address this issue in more than four decades. The hearing was not explicitly about President Trump, but rather about the general question of whether the president currently has too much power over our nuclear arsenal. But the fact that Trump is swapping Twitter insults with North Korea's Kim Jong Un and has threatened to use "fire and fury"... [Read More]
From Cleveland's collapse to Ferrari's lowest ebb and Doncaster Rovers' destruction amid fire and fury, we look back on six calamitous campaigns... [Read More]
Toward the end of his grueling tour of Asia, President Donald Trump received praise for avoiding the sort of insulting and confrontational language that so often has exasperated his foreign-policy advisers and alarmed U.S. allies. That is admittedly setting a low bar for diplomatic success, but it's something.In a speech to the South Korean parliament, Trump warned North Korea not to test the United States, but there was no repetition of his threat of "fire and fury." In a... [Read More]
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Here, in a nutshell, are the laws and procedures that limit President Trump's power to launch a nuclear strike against North Korea anytime he likes: There aren't any. If the president wakes up one morning, turns on Fox News and decides that Kim Jong Un has ignored his warnings of "fire and fury"... [Read More]
Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House is based on 200 interviews with Trump, his team and people in and around the administration... [Read More]
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The Constitution assigns Congress the sole authority to declare war, a decision Founding Fathers like George Mason made because they believed the executive branch was not "safely to be trusted with it." Once war has been declared, however, the president is commander in chief, which means he can use weapons — including nuclear warheads — at his discretion. Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, led by Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), have noticed that's an awful lot of destruction resting on the decision of a single person, so the committee will hold a hearing Tuesday to reconsider the... [Read More]
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A Senate hearing will be held Tuesday on the president's ability to authorize a nuclear strike as tensions continue to rise between the US and North Korea. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have raised the question in recent months following President Trump's "fire and fury" threats against the Hermit Kingdom and other heated... [Read More]
President Donald Trump and Korea's Kim Jong-un have been engaging in a war of words. Trump stated that increasing threats against the United States would lead to "fire" and "fury" and that country's destructio... [Read More]
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During his swing through Asia this week, President Trump avoided the sort of inflammatory and insulting language about North Korea that has alarmed diplomats and set nerves on edge. As The Times reported, there were no repeats of his threats of "fire and fury" and no sabotaging of his secretary... [Read More]
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It was a smoother version of a Tweet he issued when he threatened "fire and fury" on North Korea."The weapons you are acquiring are not making you... [Read More]
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As tensions between the U.S. and North Korea continue to escalate, President Donald Trump's tough rhetoric and warnings have only increased. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump didn't threaten to unleash "fire and fury" or to "totally destroy" North Korea. He didn't needle North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un by calling him "little rocket man."Instead, during a two-day visit to South Korea's capital, within range of North Korean artillery, Trump spoke in unusually measured tones for him, and offered North Korea's ruler "a path to a much better... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump finally offered North Korea an alternative to "fire and fury" — and it left Kim Jong Un with little room to maneuver. [Read More]
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In a speech before the South Korean National Assembly, US President Donald Trump has called on North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions, saying further nuclear provocations will put the country in danger. He, however, avoided threatening the North with "fire and fury," suggesting that the diplomatic option is viable to resolve the crisis. [Read More]
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Donald Trump has warns North Korea "do not try us" and said underestimating the US would be a "fatal miscalculation" in remarks to South Korea's National Assembly on Wednesday Trump appeared to abandon his earlier talk of "fire and fury" and said he wants to achieve "peace through strength." He offered North Korea a pathway to discussions if it abandons its nuclear program. US President Donald Trump spoke directly to North Korea on Wednesday, warning "Do not underestimate us and do not try us" in remarks he gave before South Korea's National Assembly. ... [Read More]
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REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool In remarks to South Korea's National Assembly on Wednesday, President Donald Trump warned North Korea "do not try us" and said underestimating the US would be a "fatal miscalculation." Trump appeared to abandon his earlier talk of "fire and fury" and said he wanted to achieve "peace through strength." He offered North Korea a pathway to discussions if it abandoned its nuclear program. US President Donald Trump spoke directly to North Korea on Wednesday, warning "Do not underestimate us and do not try us" in remarks he gave before South... [Read More]
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