If you live near an air reserve base or an Army base, you’ve probably noticed an increase in activity after President Trump hinted at impending war with North Korea.

During a dinner with senior military leaders and their spouses on Thursday, Trump summoned the press to the State Dining Room and told them the moment was the “calm before the storm.

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President Trump

North Korea’s days are numbered. President Trump invited the entire U.S. Senate — all 100 senators — to the White House today for a briefing on North Korea.

In an unprecedented move, the president ordered all 100 senators to board buses headed to the White House today to discuss military action against North Korea.

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Kim Jong Nam

It was like a plot straight out of a spy novel: 2 female assassins tracked the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un through a busy airport in Sepang, Malaysia on Monday, Feb. 13. The women assassinated 45-year-old Kim Jong Nam in broad daylight without drawing attention to themselves.

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Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un goes nuclear — and it might be for real this time.

The U.S. Navy is on high alert after Kim Jong Un ordered his military on standby to prepare for nuclear strikes on the U.S.

If there is a nuclear strike on the west coast of the United States, the radiation fallout alone would be catastrophic.

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Dennis Rodman

The federal government is going after former NBA great Dennis Rodman for violating U.S. sanctions on luxury imports into North Korea, the Daily Beast reports.

The U.S. Treasury Department is investigating Rodman to see if the thousands of dollars in birthday gifts he gave to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un violated a law prohibiting the importing of luxury goods into North Korea. The law, signed in 2010 by President Obama, requires a license to transport luxury goods into North Korea. Rodman did not apply for such a license.

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Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un renewed his threats to launch a “pre-emptive nuclear attack” on American soil. Such an attack would result in the catastrophic loss of life along the West coast. The radiation poisoning from the nuclear fallout would linger in the air for hundreds of miles for many years.

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