North Korea threat: South Koreas approach differs from US and Japan Play

North Korea threat: South Koreas approach differs from US and Japan

Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera said Japans military could deter a missile attack on US territory by North Korea. Should North Korea attack Guam, Onodera said the missiles could be shot down by the Japanese military before reaching the U.S according to Onodera. Meanwhile, South Korea has had a nuclear deterrence since the Korean War when the U.S. vowed to protect the country from its northern neighbor. Pyongyangs recent long-range missile tests havent startled the average South Korean citizen, according to CNN. They say either active war is still highly unlikely or Im not really paying attention to politics, sorry. Aug 11, 2017
What would President Mike Pence be like? Play

What would President Mike Pence be like?

Amid President Trumps turbulent presidency, Vice President Mike Pences name has surfaced as a potential GOP replacement in 2020, assuming Trump doesn resign or get impeached. But what kind of agenda would a President Pence have? Aug 11, 2017
Trump sent Robert Mueller messages of appreciation for Russia probe investigation Play

Trump sent Robert Mueller messages of appreciation for Russia probe investigation

Trump has expressed his appreciation to special counsel Robert Mueller for his role in handling the ongoing investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential election. The message of cooperation from the presidents legal team follows weeks of swirling rumors that Trump was considering firing Mueller, having dubbed the Russia investigation a hoax. Aug 10, 2017
Qatar Airways is evaluating air routes opened by boycotting countries Play

Qatar Airways is evaluating air routes opened by boycotting countries

Qatar Airways is evaluating whether it will use air routes which media reports said were opened this week by countries embroiled in a political dispute with Qatar, the airlines chief executive said on Wednesday.Qatari-owned aircraft are blocked from using the airspace of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates as part of economic sanctions enforced by the four countries in June. Aug 10, 2017