North Korea's threat casts doubt on Trump-Kim nuclear summit

  1. North Korea’s threat casts doubt on Trump-Kim nuclear summit  The Hill
  2. A Quarter Century of Twists and Turns From North Korea  Wall Street Journal
  3. North Korea is dismantling its nuclear site, but is it abandoning its arsenal or hiding evidence?  Reuters
  4. Is Trump’s Summit with North Korea About to Fall Apart?  RollingStone.com
  5. ‘Diplotainment at its pinnacle’: Critics fear Trump’s style eclipses substance on North Korea  Washington Post
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Key U.S. senators: 'no doubt' Russia sought to interfere in U.S. election

Key U.S. senators: 'no doubt' Russia sought to interfere in U.S. electionBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The leaders of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said on Wednesday they agreed with intelligence agencies’ assessment that Moscow sought to interfere with the 2016 U.S. election to boost Donald Trump’s prospects of becoming president. “There is no doubt that Russia undertook an unprecedented effort to interfere with our 2016 elections,” the committee’s Republican chairman, Senator Richard Burr, said in a joint statement with the committee’s top Democrat after a closed hearing on the issue. “After a thorough review, our staff concluded that the (intelligence community) conclusions were accurate and on point,” Senator Mark Warner said.


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Markle's father in doubt for royal wedding amid media frenzy

  1. Markle’s father in doubt for royal wedding amid media frenzy  Washington Post
  2. Royal wedding plans thrown as doubts swirl over Markle’s dad  Yahoo News
  3. ‘And so It Begins’ — Royal Baker Shares First Photo of Meghan and Harry’s Wedding Cake Preparations  PEOPLE.com
  4. This Will Be Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s First Event As Husband And Wife Following The Royal Wedding  ELLE.com
  5. Leave the Markles alone. The need for gossip shouldn’t lead to snobby trashing  The Guardian
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Experts doubt N. Korea nuke test site collapse claims

Experts doubt N. Korea nuke test site collapse claimsExperts have cast doubt on Chinese scientists’ claims that North Korea’s main underground nuclear test site has been rendered unusable after collapsing due to a massive blast last year. A study by seismologists from the University of Science and Technology of China suggested rock had collapsed under Mount Mantap in the country’s northeast after a nuclear test in September that triggered a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. The mountain is still there,” quipped Lewis.


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