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It can be hard to parse the level of vitriol in North Korea's official statements, which often include tsunamis of angry accusations.
Courtney Kube, NBC News national security producer, talks with Rachel Maddow about the record and reputation of Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster.
Four Americans were among five people killed when a light plane crashed into the roof of a shopping mall in Melbourne, Australia, the State Department has confirmed.
Centers in 10 states reported phoned-in threats, while in Missouri more than 100 headstones were found toppled over or damaged at a historic cemetery.
President Donald Trump's contentious first month in office was marked by thousands of Americans taking to the streets to protest his leadership.
'I think, without dissent, everyone in our leadership believed the right thing to do was to rescind the invitation,' Matt Schlapp says.
Dion Cini doesn't just expect a rough response when he shows up at protests to stand up for Donald Trump. He welcomes it.
A Utah clothier's 'Suited for Good' program gives a free suit to someone struggling to find a job for every suit it sells.
The tough-talking Russian, 64, was at his desk when he died in New York just one day before his birthday.
Michael Cohen said he did meet with a Russian-born ex-Trump associate and a Ukraine lawmaker, but didn't carry a peace plan to Mike Flynn.
The attempt to get inside the U.S. president's mind is aimed at helping Vladimir Putin plan for their first meeting. Among the dossier's preliminary conclusions is that Trump is a risk-taker who can be naïve, a senior Kremlin adviser told NBC News.
A joint project by the NBC News Investigative Unit and the NBC Owned Stations shows school discipline is tougher for blacks, kids with disabilities.
From cats to raccoons, furry friends have kept many Presidents company over the years. Here's a look back at the "First Pets."
Staff at VA hospitals either siphoned away controlled substances for their own use, or street sales — or drugs intended for patients simply disappeared.
Officials in Montenegro say they have evidence "Russian state bodies" were involved in a failed attempt to overthrow the pro-Western government.