Last year at the UN General Assembly, Donald Trump brought up the issue of the Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea. This year, he praised North Korea's leader for his courage.
In an unusual move, the plan was announced publicly.
What happens when a Norwegian director-provocateur brings a Western rock band to North Korea, and films the experience? The result is the new documentary "Liberation Day."
When young North Korean refugees make their way to South Korea, they're often unprepared for life there. Now there's a high school that helps them deal with their trauma.
Saturday is a big day in North Korea: The 105th anniversary of the birth of the country's founder, Kim Il Sung. It's thought that North Korea will conduct a nuclear or missile test to mark the occasion. But South Koreans aren't that worried.
As a US strike group led by an aircraft carrier steamed toward the Korean peninsula Sunday, a senior official said President Donald Trump has asked to be provided with a range of options for eliminating the North Korean nuclear threat.
No one is 100 percent sure what will happen when the most powerful Chinese leader in a generation meets a mercurial American president who has been in office fewer than 100 days, as Trump and Xi open a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship.
The Kang family lived through centuries of Korean unity. Today, they can’t go home.
Her parents survived war and upheaval in Korea. Then they embraced bland Thanksgiving rituals in an effort to give their kids a predictable, safe vision of their future.
Despite assurances from the US and South Korean governments, South Koreans living near the site of a new anti-missile shield worry about potential health impacts.
"These statues look like they're made to be toppled," says historian Adrian Tinniswood. "They're statements of liberation but they represent a failure of confidence — where are the African designers and African sculptors who'd be better representing African consciousness?"