4 Things To Know: Las Vegas Shooting, O.J. Released & MoreThey include the latest in rescue efforts in Puerto Rico, and the communications between North Korea and the United States.
News Click: President Trump's UN Speech
Mattis Clearly Not Intimidated By North Korea's ThreatsHe inspected a mock-up nuclear warhead, but there was no Kim Jong Un lookalike posing for photographs. He chatted with nuclear missile launch officers in their underground command post, but there was no talk of unleashing nuclear hell on North Korea.
4 Things To Know: 9/11 Anniversary, Irma's Path & MoreThey include a big pageant win for North Dakota, and the latest plans over North Korean nuclear tests.
4 Things To Know: DACA Plan, Irma's Path & MoreThey include the economic strain being felt over North Korea concerns, and an excuse to curl into a comfy chair with a good book.
4 Things To Know: DACA Announcement, Nat'l Cheese Pizza Day & MoreThey include the UN's response to North Korean nuclear testing, and the biggest nominees from the CMA Awards.
Decades After Family's Separation In Korea, Minn. Woman Focused On RefugeesHyon (Yahn) Kim is a former University of Minnesota regent who has family still trapped in North Korea.
Trump, South Korean President Scheduled To TalkDefense Secretary Jim Mattis on Sunday said the U.S. will answer any threat from the North with a "massive military response."
4 Things To Know: Houston Evacuation, L.A. Wildfires & MoreThey include the world reaction to North Korean nuclear tests, and the theatrical rerelease of a landmark Steven Spielberg film.
Talking Points: Responding To North Korea’s Nuclear ThreatReaction to the North Korean test of a hydrogen bomb even surfaced at the Minnesota State Fair.
4 Things To Know: North Korea Nuclear Test, Harvey Aftermath & More Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017.
North Korea Successfully Tests Hydrogen BombNorth Korea said it set off a hydrogen bomb Sunday in its sixth nuclear test, which judging by the earthquake it set off appeared to be its most powerful explosion yet.