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Trump Taunts North Korea In Tweet: My Nuclear Button Is 'Much Bigger,' 'More Powerful'President Donald Trump on Tuesday taunted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, warning Kim about the US' nuclear capabilities as tensions worsen between the two nations.
North Korea Calls Latest UN Sanctions 'An Act Of War'Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, said the new sanctions will strangle North Korea's energy supplies and tighten restrictions on smuggling.
North Korea Nuke Test Reportedly Collapses Tunnel, Kills 200The chain of destruction occurred just a week after the country allegedly detonated a hydrogen bomb at the Punggye-ri site on Sept. 3.
North Korea Tests Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb YetThe bomb, used in the country's sixth-ever nuclear test, sent tremors across the region.
White House Adviser: Administration Wants Further Investigations Into Clinton's Handling Of EmailSebastian Gorka says the White House would like further Congressional investigations into Hillary Clinton's handling of State Department email.
Zeoli Show Log 04.24.17On this afternoon's show, Rich discussed President Trump's approval ratings, Howard Dean's claims that the 1st Amendment doesn't apply to hate speech, and Mumia Abdul Jamal's attempt to appeal his sentence.
NBA, NBARPA Not Backing Rodman's North Korea TripThe NBA and the National Basketball Retired Players Association are among those criticizing Dennis Rodman's latest trip to North Korea.
Dennis Rodman Says He's Returning To North Korea, With A Team Of Former NBA PlayersDennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and he says he will bring a team of former NBA players with him.
Bills WR Stevie Johnson Suggests On Twitter That North Korea Bomb Foxboro, MassBills WR Stevie Johnson Suggests On Twitter That North Korea Bomb Foxboro, Mass
Former NBA Great: I Am Vacationing With Kim Jong UnFormer NBA great Dennis Rodman is in Rome closely following the election process of the new Pope and he spoke with Eyewitness News Wednesday.
Koreans In Philadelphia Following Developments After Death Of Kim Jong-Il"I am really happy, happy to have the dictation over," says Stephen Kim, who has been in the US for 32 years and owns a restaurant in the Olney section of Philadelphia. His father escaped North Korea just before the war.

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