No one knows if Kim Jong Un is “brain dead,” “gravely ill,” or just recuperating from surgery at his family’s summer retreat
New satellite images "suggest North Korea is making real progress in developing a second leg of the nuclear triad."
The barrage comes just a week after North Korea’s last short-range missile test, which was the first by the Hermit Kingdom in two months.
Meanwhile, the White House is reportedly ready to accept North Korea as a nuclear power, rather than demanding full denuclearization.
Alek Sigley has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday, his family says, "which is unusual for him.”
Trump walked out of the last one, but South Korean President Moon Jae-In says he doesn't see it as a failure.
As the exercise began, however, North Korea did not hazard a military response — but instead blasted propaganda messages over high-decibel loudspeakers at the border .