Pyongyang has threatened to destroy all US military bases in the Asia-Pacific Region should Washington dare to take "an insane step," according to the North Korean Foreign Ministry's statement.
The Daily Star is a big British newspaper but it is publishing incendiary information about North Korea's nuclear program without bothering to check the facts.
Man's best friend, reborn.
Angry residents in a rural South Korean town threw eggs and water bottles at the prime minister and blocked him for more than six hours Friday to protest a plan to deploy an advanced U.S. missile defense system in their neighborhood.
South Korea's military has announced the location of its THAAD anti-missile defense system, intended to deter threats from North Korea. The plan, which greatly angered regional powers, has led thousands of Koreans on to the streets in protest.
The Korean missile war is heating up. Ever since the United States and North Korea agreed to an armistice in 1953, the Korean Peninsula has enjoyed at best an uneasy peace. Now, the frozen conflict could enter a new phase as Pyongyang's tests incr
At $100,000 a head, the puppies frolicking around the fenced lawn in western Seoul don't come cheap--but at least their owners know exactly what they are getting.
Iterating toward the apocalypse
ISIS has collected information on 77 U.S. and NATO air force facilities around the world and is calling on supporters to attack them, according to South Korea's intelligence agency.
SYSTEM AGAINST NORTH'S NUKES. The Korea Herald reports The Ministry of National Defense on Friday requested a $35.1 billion defense budget for next year, marking a 5.3 percent increase from 38.8 trillion won in 2016.
For more than 50 years, U.S. officials have been imposing sanctions on North Korea. Their objective has been twofold:
Reports: North Korea Recycling Plutonium to Make Nuclear Bombs … An unnamed U.S. official has confirmed to Reuters that evidence indicates North Korea has begun to once again produce plutonium fuel, a key ingredient in nuclear weapons.
Natalie Johnson for the Washington Free Beacon reports, a North Korea missile launch failed Tuesday morning, according to South Korean military officials.
All governments make absurd claims. But North Korea definitely wins the award for the most comical.
Despite earning the nickname "Hermit Kingdom," North Korea isn't entirely disconnected from the modern world.
South Korea's exports tumbled to $41 billion in April, marking the 16th consecutive month of declining foreign sales. Last month's result represented an 11.2% decline from the prior year and an 18% drop from April 2014.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has redesignated North Korea as a "country of particular concern" for suppressing religious freedom, government records showed Sunday. Kerry made the designations in a government notice issued Wednesday. The Nor
'The threat continues to race, hare-like, at an alarming rate' WASHINGTON - North Korea now has two satellites orbiting over the United States capable of performing a surprise electromagnetic pulse attack at an altitude and trajectory that evade U
The world's economic "canary in the coal mine" is stuck.
North Korea fired what is believed to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile off the east coast of the Korean peninsula, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said Saturday.
I was part of the first group of outsiders allowed to ride the entire North Korean subway system -- here's what I saw
Kim Jong-il, the late Supreme Leader of the totalitarian Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is said to have been born on the summit of Mount Paektu--a 9000-foot volcano straddling the border between China and North Korea.
Insists Chinese Opposition Is Irrelevant to the Program
Bill Gertz for the Washington Free Beacon reports, North Korea has developed a new long-range mobile intercontinental ballistic missile that the Pentagon says moves the country's leader Kim Jong Un closer to the goal of building missiles capable of
Japan considers North Korea's projectile launch as an unacceptable provocation, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said Friday according to Sputnik News who reports that Earlier in the day, North Korean military announced the launch of a projectile, po
AP reports, North Korea warned Saturday that its military is ready to attack Seoul's presidential palace unless South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologizes for "treason" and publicly executes officials responsible for what Pyongyang says ar
North Korea has launched short-range projectiles in the direction of the Sea of Japan, South Korean Yonhap News Agency reports.
Anna Fifield for the Washington Post reports, North Korea claimed Sunday that it could wipe out Manhattan by sending a hydrogen bomb on a ballistic missile to the heart of New York City, the latest in a string of brazen threats.
SINGAPORE ? Legendary investor Jim Rogers called for South Korea to put a greater focus on taking measures to help North Korea open and reform its economy rather than holding war games every year.
According to RT, Sanctions alone won't make North Korea give up its nuclear program, and should be coupled with negotiations, the president of the Ploughshares Fund, Joe Cirincione, has told RT's Ed Schultz. If that problem is solved, the global