Here is cartoonist Dave Granlund's take on the crisis facing the United States as President Trump ratchets up the rhetoric over North Korea's nuclear weapons.
|Cartoonist Adam Zyglis of The Buffalo News comments on Trump's "working vacation" at his New Jersey golf resort.|
And today, a breaking news alert from The New York Times said Trump again warned in a Twitter post:
"Military solutions are now in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely."
It was the third time in a week Trump suggested he is ready to strike "the small, isolated Asian country that has been developing nuclear weapons capable of reaching the United States," The Times said.
Now, many observers call his comments about North Korea "reckless."
See the Huffington Post review of the eight times the world was on the brink of a potential nuclear disaster before this latest confrontation:
Tate used the phrase "Summer of Hell" to describe the delays that weren't.
Gannett editors know a good way to attract readers and draw them into a long story or column is to write a catchy headline -- even if it isn't accurate or true.
That was the case last month with Staff Writer Christopher Maag's Garden State of Mind column about a shoemaker in the city of Passaic.
The headline, which appeared online and in the print edtion, said:
"He uses time to mold his business in his own image: relaxed, savvy, quiet, free."