North Korea shouldn’t be the only nation “very, very nervous” about its stand-off with the United States, as President Donald Trump suggested this week.
Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
Antonella Artuso began her career as a cop reporter at the Toronto Sun in 1989. After a 2 1/2 year stint covering the crime beat, she moved to Toronto City Hall where she reported on municipal politics for another three years. Just prior to the 1995 Ontario election, Artuso moved to Queen's Park where she has covered NDP, Conservative and Liberal governments and four provincial elections.
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