South Korea's president Tuesday warned Seoul would react “mercilessly to any provocations” from the North, describing the situation over the border as “ominous” as she visited a frontline guard post.
Satellite imagery suggests North Korea is making “wide-ranging, extensive” efforts to fully reactivate its main nuclear complex, a U.S. think tank said Tuesday, in line with Pyongyang's vows to strengthen its weapons program.
A Hong Kong court has jailed a woman for smuggling baby formula, the first time anyone has been sent to prison under the city's ban on unlicensed milk powder export, officials said Tuesday.
Labor unrest is escalating quickly following the police's bungled crackdown on railway strikers Sunday, as a major labor confederation threatened a general strike while President Park Geun-hye pledged no tolerance against “illegal” actions.
The shocking purge and execution of the North Korean leader's uncle stemmed from his attempts to take control of the country's lucrative coal export business, South Korea's spy chief told lawmakers Monday.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman held tryouts Friday for a North Korean team to face a dozen NBA veterans in an exhibition game on leader Kim Jong Un's birthday next month — though he hasn't convinced all the players on the American team that it's safe to come to Pyongyang.
North Korea has threatened a “merciless” strike against the South after activists burned effigies of the ruling Kim dynasty on the anniversary of the death of former leader Kim Jong Il, officials said Friday.
The aunt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared to have returned home last month after receiving treatment abroad for heart disease, a report said Friday.
Ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman does not represent the U.S. government, a U.S. official insisted Tuesday, as he prepares to return this week to Pyongyang only days after the execution of a former North Korean official.
North Korea does not appear close to conducting a nuclear or missile test despite its continued preparations, a South Korean minister said Wednesday after a purge in Pyongyang sparked fears of aggression.