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Deloitte's third-quarter survey of CFOs finds them worried about the paralysis in Washington, D.C. and the growing tensions with North Korea. [Read More]
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Seismic activity was detected Saturday near the site of North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear site, but it is not known whether a nuclear test caused the development. [Read More]
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Sen. Cory Gardner joined "Face the Nation" Sunday and discussed North Korea, as well as the Graham-Cassidy bill -- and more... [Read More]
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Senator Cory Gardner, R-Colorado, joins Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson to discuss the Graham-Cassidy health care plan and the latest round of sanctions on North Korea. [Read More]
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President's threats may well turn out to be empty bluster, but so far they have resulted in more serious sanctions by Kim's Chinese benefactors than old school diplomacy yielded... [Read More]
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This week President Trump threatened to destroy North Korea and urged NFL owners to fire players who protest the national anthem, and republican senators are making an eleventh hour effort to get a healthcare bill through before the end of September. [Read More]
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Kim Jong-un's mouthpiece media revealed the propaganda pics showing a missile blowing up an American B-1B bomber... [Read More]
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A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 72 percent of respondents trust U.S. military leaders to deal with the North Korean threat responsibly. Less than a quarter of people in the U.S. think it should launch a military strike before North Korea can attack the U.S. or its allies.        ... [Read More]
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Here's what you need to know about the week's top stories. [Read More]
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Trump signed an executive order that expands economic sanctions on North Korea. [Read More]
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NORTH Korea could be about to hand over deadly chemicals to Islamic State in order for the jihadis to launch a catastrophic attack, a weapons expert has warned. [Read More]
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President Trump sent a tweet directed at North Korea, saying that if the country's foreign minister was speaking for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in his threatening speech at the United Nations, "they won't be around much longer."        ... [Read More]
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Tensions between the US and North Korea escalated further on Sunday as President Donald Trump warned Kim Jong-un he "wont be around much longer". [Read More]
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NORTH Korea has issued a declaration of war — vowing to bring a "tragic end to the American empire". [Read More]
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A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 72 percent of respondents trust U.S. military leaders to deal with the North Korean threat responsibly. Less than a quarter of people in the U.S. think it should launch a military strike before North Korea can attack the U.S. or its allies. [Read More]
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The Russian foreign minister says the United States will not strike North Korea because Pyongyang is armed with nuclear weapons. [Read More]
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Trump and Kim Jong-un have traded increasingly threatening and personal insults over the past week... [Read More]
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that "all options are on the table" when it comes to dealing with the threat of nuclear weapon... [Read More]
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North Korea's possession of nuclear weapons is preventing the the U.S. from launching a first strike against the rogue nation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview. [Read More]
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"I can assure you the president's number one priority is the safety of the American people and our allies," Mnuc... [Read More]
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