Trump administration officials say the administration still intends to withdraw from the Paris climate pact, but Trump could be open to a different agreement.

Soon after North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb on September 3, President Trump’s response to a reporter who asked him about whether he planned to attack North Korea was short and somewhat vague. “We’ll see,” replied the president.

The Pentagon confessed to having underreported the number of troops deployed to foreign conflicts for years, saying the real Afghanistan troop count is 11,000, not 8,400.

After years of decrying America’s 16-year war in Afghanistan as expensive and unwinnable, President Donald Trump announced Monday that he would continue and expand the war.

North Korea’s official newspaper has attacked the U.S.-South Korean Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint military exercise with South Korea, calling it “reckless behavior.”

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