RT @joshledermanAP: Um... KUALA LUMPUR (AP) - Malaysian police say airport where Kim Jong Nam killed with nerve agent to be decontaminated, 11 days after attack
UN-classified weapon of mass destruction — Kim Jong-nam killing: 'VX nerve agent' found on his face | BBC bbc.co.uk/news/world-asi…
RT @gerrymullany: All you need to know about the nerve agent that killed Kim Jong-nam nyti.ms/2me29Ma @mgerrydoyle
RT @cnnbrk: Malaysia police say VX nerve agent was used to kill Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of N. Korean leader Kim Jong Un… https://t.co/GME2X267n5
RT @EliotHiggins: So it looks like North Korea deployed a chemical weapon on foreign soil against a civilian in a civilian area https://t.co/UnZKm82rtE
RT @AFP: #BREAKIING Use of VX in Kim killing 'blatant violation' of chemical treaty: Seoul
Wall Street Journal Opinions
Trump can send a message after the killing of Kim Jong Nam, says an editorial in The Wall Street Journal.
Jean H. LeeNY Times Op-Ed Contributor
The rampant speculation that Kim Jong-un ordered the murder of his brother is enough to send a chilling message to the North Korean people.
The Editorial BoardNY Times Editorial
His personal convictions have proved malleable time and again. This is a clarifying moment for the L.G.B.T. movement.
NY Times Letters
Readers take issue with Nicholas Kristof’s column.
Kimberley A. StrasselWall Street Journal Opinions
Potomac Watch columnist Kimberley A. Strassel writes that the defense secretary clashes with the White House about staffing the Pentagon.
Invoking a false argument about saving “many thousands” of jobs, the president has again retreated from responsibility.