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During a phone call with Guam Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo, President Donald Trump said that the US territory is "not going to have a problem" and that its people are safe.
Venezuela's defense minister said President Donald Trump's threat of military action is a "crazy act."
A top Democratic National Committee leader called the Republican Party "the party of racism" at a conference for liberal activists Friday, pointing to President Donald Trump's positions on immigrants and refugees.
The North Korea crisis is deadly serious and President Donald Trump is pursuing a dangerous path, escalating tensions with his "fire and fury" and "locked and loaded" comments. His unpredictable behavior is being met with predictable criticism from the left.
Matthew Murray, 27, survived plunging off a cliff while driving his motorcycle in California's Santa Monica Mountains. The accident was captured on his GoPro camera.
In what should be Democrats' strongest moment since November, a series of emotional and racially charged clashes are forcing the party to once again confront the problem that has plagued it for a year: How to incorporate the supporters of Bernie Sanders.
Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta reacts to the President's comments about the use of military force in Venezuela, saying, "The last thing we need is another flashpoint."
CNN's Brian Todd takes an extensive look into North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's background and his regime.
President Donald Trump will speak by phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday night about North Korea, he told reporters.
The NFL may be without one of its biggest stars, as the league announced in a statement Friday that Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for six games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
Several key congressional leaders say they have yet to hear from the White House on the administration's North Korea strategy as President Donald Trump has ratcheted up his rhetoric threatening "fire and fury" against Pyongyang.