How did Dennis Rodman get the authoritarian leader of a hostile nuclear power to take a liking to him? Well, he's the Worm, after all.
Kim Seok-cheol fled his home country three decades ago but is still struggling to become a citizen in the South.
Recent North Korean escapees relate how the secretive country has changed under the "Great Successor."
North Korea pressed on with its war of words with President Trump on Saturday, calling Trump's trip to Asia a "warmonger's visit" that "begged for a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula."
The creation and informal trade of these street foods offers a window into a barter economy that has kept North Koreans afloat despite years of isolation, abuse, and sanctions.
North Korea has stepped up security around statues and other larger-than-life monuments to the ruling Kim family, apparently out of concern that they might be vandalized by a disgruntled — and increasingly hungry — citizenry.
The statement came following a tweet from President Trump warning that North Korea "won't be around much longer" if inflamed rhetoric continues.
The world well remembers the last war that broke out on the Korean peninsula. The next one could prove even more devastating.
"The GOP is like your friend who knows only one song on the guitar and he's drunk and no one wants to hear it but he's tuning it up again."
Details of the launch are being analyzed by the South Korean and US militaries.
The sanctions set limits on North Korea’s oil imports and banned its textile exports in an effort to deprive the reclusive nation of the income it needs to maintain its nuclear and ballistic missile program, and increase the pressure to negotiate a way out of punishing sanctions.
On the ground in Pyongyang: Could Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump goad each other into a devastating confrontation?
The North's sixth nuclear test on Sunday was its most powerful yet, but it was unclear whether it had in fact detonated a hydrogen bomb.
It's a grim prospect, but preparedness is key.
There's a lot of misinformation about North Korea out there which certainly isn't helpful at a time like this. Here's one thing we do know: North Korea is really into accordions. Very, very into accordions.
Investigators are focusing on the factory as a black-market source for North Korea, a new report and classified intelligence assessments say.
"If you don't people to start taking drugs, stop making them think the end of the world is imminent."
China seems to have decided it will throw its weight behind to the global campaign to increase pressure on North Korea as it warned that the reclusive state should not do anything to provoke the international community.
After a month of heightened tensions between North Korea and the US, North Korea has reportedly fired a missile over Japan.
Japanese PM calls meeting of security council following apparent launch of missile that may have landed in sea
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