Q&A with Senator Chris Murphy about his new bill, which would prevent Trump from launching a military strike against North Korea without Congressional consent.
In his first speech before the UN General Assembly, President Donald Trump called on stricter penalties for North Korea and the dangers of terrorism.
North Korea conducted a test of a hydrogen bomb on Sunday that can fit on an intercontinental ballistic missile.
This morning, the Korean Central News Agency, the media arm of North Korea and Kim Jong-un, warned President Trump and his administration to “talk and act properly.”
Congress doesn’t have the power to stop President Donald Trump from launching nuclear weapons at North Korea, but he can’t declare war without them.
North Korea has issued a more detailed statement on its threat to fire missiles off the coast of Guam that includes insults of President Donald Trump.