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Guam Is Suddenly in the News. But What Is It Like to Travel There?
American travelers should consider Guam for its history, its beauty and its barbecue.
Looming War Games Alarm North Korea, but May Be a Bargaining Chip
Joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea, which are set to begin Monday, could provide an opening for efforts to reduce tensions over the North’s nuclear program.
Key Questions on North Korea’s Plan to Fire Missiles Near Guam
Kim Jong-un said he would wait “a little more” before deciding whether to fire four missiles into waters about 20 miles off the American territory.
Guam on Alert for North Korean Missile Test, but Residents Take It in Stride
For many on the island, which is home to major U.S. military bases, being prepared for emergencies posed by earthquakes, tropical storms or even hostile countries is second nature.
North Korea Says It Will Wait ‘a Little More’ Before Acting on Guam Threat
Pyongyang said that it would assess “the foolish and stupid conduct” of the United States before firing missiles toward the island as it has threatened to do.
Guam, America’s Forgotten Front Line
North Korea knows the island territory is critical to the United States. Too bad most Americans don’t.
Trump to Guam Governor: North Korea Threats Will Boost Tourism ‘Tenfold’
Gov. Eddie Calvo uploaded a phone call with President Trump to social media in which Mr. Trump says, “We are with you 1,000 percent.”
How U.S. Military Actions Could Play Out in North Korea
Military officials insist no action is imminent. But both pre-emptive and defensive options are available, should President Trump choose them. Here’s a breakdown.
Trump Says Military Is ‘Locked and Loaded’ and North Korea Will ‘Regret’ Threats
As he renewed his warning against Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, President Trump also suggested possible U.S. military action in Venezuela.
North Korea Aside, Guam Faces Another Threat: Climate Change
Scientists say the island’s military installations and tourism industry could be imperiled by erosion, heat waves and harsher storms.
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