North Korea flaunts missiles, other weaponry at parade

The parade, the annual highlight of North Korea’s most important holiday, came amid growing international worries that North Korea may be preparing for its sixth nuclear test or a major missile launch, such as its first flight test of an ICBM capable of reaching US shores.

Train stuck in tunnel in US, then stun gun sparks stampede

A train with about 1,200 passengers became stuck in a tunnel between New York and New Jersey for nearly three hours on Friday. A New Jersey Transit spokeswoman said the train finally reached New York’s Penn Station in the early evening.

White House decides to keep visitor records secret

White House officials argued that the decision to keep the logs secret is in line with what previous administrations have done, except for President Barack Obama’s, and that continuing Obama’s practice of voluntarily releasing the records could interfere with policy development.

Chinese foreign minister: No winners if Korea war breaks out

Despite their historic ties as neighboring communist states, China has grown increasingly frustrated with the refusal of Kim Jong Un’s regime to heed its admonitions, and in February cut off imports of North Korean coal that provide Pyongyang with a crucial source of foreign currency.

Donald Trump says North Korea 'will be taken care of'

There are reports of activity at a nuclear test site in North Korea ahead of Saturday’s 105th anniversary of the birth of the country’s founder Kim Il-Sung. A US monitoring group, 38North, has described the Punggye-ri test site as “primed and ready.”

CIA chief: WikiLeaks is 'hostile intelligence service'

“WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service. It overwhelmingly focuses on the US, while seeking support from anti-democratic countries and organizations,” said CIA director Mike Pompeo.

2 Secret Service officers fired over White House breach

Two US Secret Service officers, both with less than a year on the job, were fired over a March 10 security breach in which a man climbed over the White House fence and remained on the grounds undetected for over 15 minutes.

Man dragged off  UA flight suffered broken nose, loss of teeth

A 69-year-old Vietnamese-American who was forcibly removed from a flight of United Airlines in Chicago will “probably” file a lawsuit for “unreasonable force and violence” that led to a ‘significant’ concussion, broken nose and loss of two front teeth, his lawyer said on Thursday.