Pyongyang reportedly says nuclear attack would come if Washington attempts regime change.
Why Korean media cares so much about what 'foreign media' thinks of K-pop
The drought has 'severely damaged' the already impoverished country's crop production, a new UN report warns.
Police have launched a probe into the case of a North Korean celebrity defector who recently appeared in a propaganda video clip for the North, amid suspicions she may have been abducted by the hermit nation.
Talks could be held in the village of Panmunjom, just on the North Korean side of the border, on Friday.
China's imports from North Korea have seen a drastic drop in the past four months and it "has strictly abided" by United Nations Security Council resolutions, a customs official said.
Young women looking to become the next Twice, Girls' Generation and Black Pink will learn from some of the nation's prominent entertainers and trainers at Korea's first "Idol School," and viewers will get access to every step of the process.
As former President Park Geun-hye's trial continues into its eighth week and the public attention fades, more die-hard supporters of the fallen politician are attending the hearings.
North Korea on Tuesday claimed it had successfully tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the news agency Yonhap reported, despite international condemnation and calls for dialogue.
Pyongyang said the Hwasong-14 missile had flown 933 kilometers before landing in the Sea of Japan.