Donald Trump is unhinged. The Democrats know it, the Republicans know it, and so do his staff. So why is no one saying anything other than Bob Corker? Robert Reich sheds some light on the truly terrifying situation.
Trump keeps pushing forward with the same childish non-strategy better suited to a Scooby-Doo villain than an American commander-in-chief.
We've surrendered any and all claims to the moral high ground.
There are three major red flags to be aware of regarding the Trump DIA's assessment that North Korea has successfully miniaturized a warhead to fit onto an ICBM.
If the United States gets drawn into a nuclear conflict with North Korea, it will be for one reason, and one reason only.
Trump is directly to blame for inflaming the situation with North Korea, but we started down this path the minute Bush went after Saddam Hussein.
It probably sounded better in the original German.
Trump threatened nuclear war on North Korea, then the US government stepped in and told the public not to listen to their president.
Anyone who believes otherwise is subscribing to the same conspiracy theories that helped get Donald Trump elected in the first place.
There is anticipation from all sides leading up to the US and Russian Presidents coming face to face, but what exactly should we expect?
At this point, you'd have to be insane to give Trump the combination to your luggage much less classified information.
Donald Trump invited Politico to document just how dysfunctional of a White House he's letting other people run while he watches TV.
Donald Trump's recent AP interview and comments on Sean Spicer may have revealed what motivates America's shittiest president: Ratings.
Call me pessimistic but war against North Korea is going to happen. It's now simply a matter of how severe the war will be, and whether it'll include nuclear weapons.
The aggressive, confusing signals coming from the Trump administration do not make the president look like a strong, resolute leader -- they make him look like an uncontrolled pretender who is completely out of his depth.
While we were coming to grips with the reality that this decaying cocaine gnome is actually the commander-in-chief of the most powerful army ever to walk the earth, an armada of U.S. Navy war vessels are steaming toward North Korea.
This is what diplomacy by insane people looks like.
We're about to see what a true (accidental) warmonger looks like.
A North Korean defector said Kim Jong-un is demanding the country go all out to produce nuclear weapons by the end of 2017.
It may actually be worth it if it means his Twitter feed is finally silenced.
Remember, don't be a human in North Korea. Only the terrapins are safe.
Kim's brutality is shocking even hardened North Korean elites used to regular purges, random executions and extreme torture.
Some big developments happening.
It must be completely exhausting to work at Fox News, where literally every effing thing is Obama's fault.
The North Korean government has officially declared Seth Rogen and James Franco's new movie, The Interview, an "act of war" against it. In the film, the two play celebrity news reporters who try to revitalize their flagging careers by interviewing Kim Jong Un, but somewhere along the way they're recruited by the CIA to assassinate the North Korean leader.
The Telegraph reports that comments issued on Sunday by the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK), the North's state-run KCNA news agency, labelled South Korean leader Park Geun-hye a "crafty prostitute" under the control of "a powerful pimp," our own Barack Obama. The statement added that Pyongyang is prepared for "an all-out nuclear battle".
It's been less than two months since the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights (COI) released a report that described Korean leaders employing murder, torture, slavery, sexual violence, mass starvation and other abuses as tools to prop up the state and terrorize "the population into submission." Yet this guy still finds a way to surprise us.
It came down to the wire, with an entire country anxiously holding its breath in wonder, but it's official: Kim Jong Un has been elected to the Supreme Assembly in the constituency of Mount Paektu in a political blowout of his non-existent competition.
Happy Wednesday. Here's a picture of Christina Ricci as Wednesday Addams. And here's what's happening on the interweb:
Thanks to a new UN report, the whole world is reminded yet again of how incredibly fucked up North Korea is. But while thousands and thousands of words have been written on the subject, it might be a few simple illustrations that really help nail that message home.
How bad is North Korea? According to a new United Nations report, it's really, really, really bad.
It’s Wednesday, the day that separates the glass-half-fullers from the glass-half-empties. Here’s what’s happening on the interweb...
North Korea may have been condemned by Amnesty International, the United Nations, and The Human Rights Watch, but it looks like they’re in great standing with the fashion police, and isn't that all that really matters?
North Korea's state run media has released what could be the most ridiculous Photoshop job we've seen in quite a while, especially coming from a world leader.
Basketball's bad boy Dennis Rodman is apparently going back to North Korea to hang out with his buddy and all round great guy Kim Jong un.
More delightful news from the hermit kingdom. Apparently, Kim Jong un's ex girlfriend was executed by firing squad last week for engaging in pornography.