In asymmetric warfare, belligerent propaganda — not to mention nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles — is a useful tool.
The Latest on North Korea’s missile launch (all times local):
In a new propaganda video posted on a North Korean website, North Korean missiles destroy the White House and aircraft carriers.
On "Fox and Friends" this morning, President Trump promised not "to telegraph what I'm doing or what I'm thinking," but he ended up telegraphing a major misconception.
Mike Pence calls the test — which failed upon launch — a "provocation."
North Korea fired an unidentified projectile on Wednesday from the Sinpo region on its east coast into the sea off the Korean Peninsula, South Korea's military said.
Australian freelance photographer Adam Baidawi took a trip to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and brought back some absolutely beautiful photos that make it seem like a not-so-bad place to be.
North Korea has fired four ballistic missiles, three of which landed in Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
Two North Korean ministries orchestrated the plot to kill Kim Jong Nam on the orders of his half-brother, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, South Korea's spy agency has said.
Clues from a single propaganda photo reveal details about North Korea’s expanding weapons programs and internal politics.
Circumstantial evidence points to a North Korean hand in the assassination. And that could complicate Pyongyang’s relationship with China, its main ally.
The killing of Kim Jong-un's older brother Kim Jong-nam goes deeper and gets stranger than you think.
Indonesian Siti Aisyah, 25, says she was duped and "not aware it was assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents,’ according to the head of police.
Sam Smoothy traverses North Korea's red curtain to visit the nation's first and only ski resort.