Military strike on North Korea one U.S. option after hydrogen bomb test
The Trump administration was weighing all options Sunday night, including a retaliatory military strike, in response to North Korea’s test of a powerful hydrogen bomb that
Defense Secretary Mattis says North Korea can expect a 'massive military response' if it threatens the U.S.
His tone was in keeping with previous comments on the issue made by President Trump.
Mattis: US will answer any North Korea threat with 'massive military response'
Earlier, President Donald Trump raised the stakes in the escalating crisis over North Korea's nuclear threats.
In latest test, North Korea detonates its most powerful nuclear device yet
North Korea sharply raised the stakes in its stand-off with the rest of the world Sunday, detonating a powerful nuclear device that it claimed was a hydrogen bomb that could be
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