North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, left, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have agreed to end the war that separated the two Koreas and to denuclearize the peninsula. While the U.S. media continues to distract with stories of porn stars, the Korean leaders have ensured that nuclear bombs won’t land in our backyards.

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North Korean defector

The North Korean soldier who defected to South Korea last month lived a hard life and was forced to eat corn fertilized with human feces. It’s “a miracle that he survived,” said Dr. Lee Cook-Jong in an interview with CNN.

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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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Otto Warmbier

Dennis Rodman is under fire for making his fourth trip to North Korea to visit with dictator Kim Jung Un. A petition has been launched to remove the 56-year-old retired NBA star from the Basketball Hall of Fame following his most recent visit to North Korea.

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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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USS carrier

As North Korea threatens to turn the United States into ashes, residents along the west coast are beginning to panic.

North Korea’s leader Kim Jung Un claims he has nuclear-tipped missiles capable of reaching the United States, but military experts doubt his claims.

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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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