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Hawaii to test nuclear warning system amid North Korea's threats

By Paul LeBlanc

HAWAII — Hawaii is set to become the first state in the US to test an “attack- warning” system in the event of a North Korean nuclear missile strike. 491 more words

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Secretary of State Tillerson: North Korea Must Come to the Table With a Plan to Roll Back, Not Just Freeze, Its Nuclear Program

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg. 1,318 more words

Trump says he's considering 'severe things' in dealing with North Korea

(National SentinelDefense: President Donald J. Trump left a lot to the imagination on Thursday when asked about the situation with North Korea, saying only that he was considering “some pretty severe things” in response to Pyongyang’s test of an ICBM thought capable of reaching Alaska earlier this week. 373 more words

Executive Branch

Tuesday 4 July, 2017 Update: North Korea Successfully Test Fires an ICBM

Yesterday’s successful test launch of an ICBM has changed the US-North Korean equation permanently. Pyongyang is no longer an abstract threat to the security and wellbeing of the United States. 320 more words

International Relations

WAS THE SIX DAY WAR FOUGHT IN PART OVER ISRAEL’S NUCLEAR PROGRAM?

http://www.jpost.com/Six-Day-War-Anniversary/Was-the-Six-Day-War-fought-in-part-over-Israels-nuclear-program-494961

Israeli troops near Rafah during the Six Day War. (photo credit:DAVID RUBINGER,GPO)

The 1967 Six Day War that restructured the entire Middle East may have partly been fought over Israel’s nuclear program in Dimona, top nuclear expert Avner Cohen told  843 more words

Daily News

U.S. putting North Korea on notice with Mattis' 'clear and present danger' rhetoric

(National SentinelDefense: A war of words has most definitely been launched by the United States against North Korea, with unusually bellicose rhetoric coming from U.S. 477 more words

Trump Administration

Possible leak found at Washington nuclear site

By Nicole Chavez

(CNN) — Authorities at Washington state’s Hanford nuclear waste site are investigating a possible leak after discovering radioactive material on a worker’s clothing. 786 more words

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