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Latest North Korea Items
Iran's latest war games have featured the predictable blaze of missile tests and an unexpected peek at underground launch silos. There's one bit of military showmanship, though, that ties it all together: promoting the "Made in Iran" label.
Iran's latest war games have featured the predictable blaze of missile tests and an unexpected peek at underground launch silos. There's one bit of military showmanship, though, that ties it all together: Promoting the Made in Iran label.
Lauren Cheney and Rachel Buehler each scored second-half goals, and the United States opened play at the Women's World Cup with a 2-0 victory over a young but scrappy North Korea on Tuesday.
The number of countries that have done little to combat human trafficking problems, including Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran and Saudi Arabia, has nearly doubled from 13 to 23 in the past year, the State Department said Monday.
It's nearly impossible to prepare for the aura of a World Cup game, but U.S. defender Ali Krieger has come close.
After meeting in the first round at the last three Women's World Cups, the United States should know everything it needs to about North Korea.
When Heather Mitts felt that familiar pain in her hamstring during training last month, it was almost too much for the U.S. defender.
At 36, Christie Rampone is in a place she'd never imagined: leading a talented U.S. national team from the top end of the generation gap.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Thursday criticized President Obama for saying the "tide of war is receding," when the nation continues to face a variety of problems not only in Afghanistan, but also in relationships with North Korea, Pakistan and Iran.