Well, that didn't take long. North Korea launched an ICBM this morning with an estimated maximum range of over 10000 kilometers. Jeffrey Lewis, director of the east Asia nonproliferation program at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies, said the latest missile was fired straight in the air. And judging by how high the missile went, how far it went and how long it flew, estimates show it could go from 10,800 to 12,000 kilometers on a standard trajectory. That means the missile could hit several major U.S. mainland cities, including Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, New York and Boston. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/...-possible-missile-could-land-off-japan-241087 So yeah, time to start thinking a little harder about America's approach to NK now.