[International] : A U.S. State Department official has said the decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area …[more…] …read more
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U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s comments at the Hoover Institute on Monday clearly demonstrate the shift in Washington’s perception of the North Korean nuclear threat. Carter said the U.S. Forces Korea must be prepared to “fight tonight” not because they want to but because the “diplomatic pi… …read more
[Economy] : South Korea’s exports to China fell for the 14th consecutive month in August.
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A letter from an American boy offering to take in a Syrian refugee has gone viral.
The letter from Alex, of Scarsdale, New York, was addressed to President Barack Obama and offered to take in Daqneesh, a boy who grabbed the world’s attention when a photo of him looking bloodied and dazed after an at… …read more
Six aftershocks rattled the historic city of Gyeongju on Wednesday ranging in magnitude from 2.1 to 3.5. The area has suffered a total of 412 aftershocks since the 5.8-magnitude earthquake 10 days ago.City officials said no damage or casualties were reported, but the city government was inundated wi… …read more
[International] : A senior White House official says South Korea’s nuclear armament as a deterrence against North Korea’s nuclear threat does not serve the interests of either Seoul or Washington.[more…] …read more
High heels can come at a high cost to health as they strain muscles in the legs and put pressure on the feet where nature does not want them. The weight in high-heeled shoes is no longer evenly distributed across the sole but concentrated on the front of the foot. This causes feet to swell easily an… …read more
[International] : More countries and international organizations are issuing statements condemning North Korea’s …[more…] …read more