President Barack Obama said Tuesday that North Korea can no longer create an international crisis with nuclear provocations, asserting the United States and
Secretary of State John Kerry visits Seoul as North Korea threatens missile launch.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in South Korea to ease tensions as a third North Korean missile test could happen at any time.
Concern is mounting for U.S. intelligence officials, who say North Korea may be one step closer to launching nuclear missiles.
The tension continues to build on the Korean Peninsula amid an anticipated missile test from the north.
With Congress on break, the White House has been fighting a different battle this week as threats of an attack from North Korea increase.