N. Korea sentences US student to 15 years hard laborTourist given heavy sentence for 'subversion' after trying to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel.
North Korean leader: More nuclear tests are comingFor the second time in less than a week, Kim Jong Un says his country will conduct more nuclear tests.
North Korean leader orders further nuclear testsKim Jong Un continues his provocations, orders the country to improve nuclear attack capability by continuing to conduct more tests.
North Korea fires two short-range missilesNorth Korea fired short-range ballistic missile into the sea, a day after claiming it has nuclear warheads.
North Korean leader claims to have miniaturized nuclear warheadsKim Jong-Un claims his scientists have successfully miniaturized thermo-nuclear warheads to place on a ballistic missile.
State Department: We take North Korea's threats seriouslyState Department calls on North Korea to stop its provocations, after it threatens a nuclear attack on the United States and South Korea.
North Korea threatens nuclear strikes against South and U.S.N. Korea threatens "indiscriminate" nuclear strikes if South Korea and United States push ahead with joint military drills.
Pentagon downplays North Korea's nuclear threatAmerican defense official says there's no evidence North Korea has the ability to miniaturize a nuclear weapon.
North Korean leader: Be ready to use nuclear weaponsKim Jong Un orders his country to be ready to use nuclear weapons "at any time" in the face of a growing threat from "enemies".
UN imposes toughest sanctions to date on North KoreaSecurity Council adopts tough new sanctions following North Korea nuclear test and rocket launch.
UN resolution would require inspections on North Korean cargoUnited States drafts new UN resolution that would impose stricter sanctions on the North Korean regime.
Who rejected United States-North Korea peace talks?Wall Street Journal reports North Korea rejected American offer for peace treaty. State Department says the opposite happened.
Obama signs new North Korea sanctions into lawObama approves new sanctions on North Korea passed overwhelmingly by Congress earlier this month.
Senate unanimously approves new North Korea sanctionsSenate approves tougher sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program, human rights record and cyber activities.
Israel criticizes North Korean rocket launchIsrael joins international condemnation after illicit North Korean launch.
UN Security Council condemns latest North Korean rocket launchSecurity Council promises punitive steps following North Korea's latest rocket launch.
North Korea test fires long-range rocketNorth Korea again defies international warnings and launches a long-range rocket. New sanctions on the way?
United States: North Korea may have indeed tested H-bombUnited States backtracks on previous assessment of North Korea’s January 6 nuclear test.
Israel joins condemnation of North Korea nuclear testIsrael joins international condemnation of last week's North Korean nuclear test.
House votes in favor of sanctions on North KoreaLegislation that would broaden sanctions over North Korea's nuclear program passes by a 418-2 vote.
UN to take further measures against North KoreaUN Security Council agrees to prepare further measures against North Korea following its latest nuclear test.
Washington doubtful North Korea tested an 'H-bomb'Officials in Washington confirm North Korea carried out a nuclear deal but are skeptical it tested a hydrogen bomb.
Experts cast doubt on North Korea H-bomb test reportWhile blast was definitely some kind of nuclear device, experts say it was far smaller than a hydrogen bomb as Pyongyang claims.
Kim Jong-Un gets crazier haircut, orders citizens to copyAfter growing out his bizarre coiffure, North Korean tyrant redoubles crackdown on dictating how his people look.
North Korea prepping nuclear site for new testsSouth Korea reveals northern neighbor digging new tunnel at nuclear test site in advance of 4th test, days before regional summit.
UN, US More Worried about Jerusalem Police than N. Korea MissileAs Pyongyang prepares to launch a ballistic missile, the world's 'policemen' are focused on Jerusalem police's behavior.
North Korea Enters 'Wartime State' After Artillery FireFront-line units ordered 'battle ready to launch surprise operations' after exchange of fire, even as underground missile complex exposed.
North Korean Dictator Kills Vice Premier over TreesNorth Korea's Vice Premier has reportedly been executed by firing squad for voicing opposition to Kim Jong-un's forestry policies.
North Korea Creates Its Own Time Zone'Pyongyang time' to be half an hour behind Tokyo, Seoul; regime claims it ends connection to Japanese imperialism.
US Willing to be as 'Flexible' With North Korea as With IranUS envoy says Obama administration hopes Pyongyang will take note of Iran nuclear agreement and return to negotiating table.
Watch: Obama Eerily Echoes Clinton's Failed North Korea DealSound byte comparison shows Obama didn't just use same negotiators in Iran deal - sounds like he used same speech writers as well.
Obama Seeking 'Triple Play?' Report Says N. Korea Talks NextAfter 'opening up' Iran and Cuba, a report says Obama has his eye on bringing North Korea into the 'family of nations,' as well.
US Iran Negotiators Same as in North Korea DealSkeptical Democrat who will join Congressional review warns 'same people' who paved N. Korea's path to bomb made Iran deal.
Netanyahu Slams Faulty Iran DealCurrent deal being assembled 'worse' than 1994 North Korean nuclear deal, Netanyahu argues, ahead of July 7 deadline.
Tough Employer: Kim Jong-Un Executes Airport ArchitectBeauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but apparently North Korean dictator didn't behold enough of it in new airport to spare designer.
Iranian Slave Labor? Sure! Israeli Goods - No Way!Activist goes undercover to see if Israel-boycotting businesses care about 'human rights' elsewhere. The results might not surprise you.
North Korea Flouts UN Sanctions by Arming AngolaDiplomats reveal Communist nuclear regime is breaching UN sanctions by sending military parts, presidential guard trainers to Angola.
North Korea Upgrades Main Rocket Launch SiteIn violation of UN ban, dictator state revealed in satellite imagery to be expanding launch site - potentially for nuclear ICBM launches.
Report: N. Koreans Visited Iran Nuke Facilities in AprilMembers of an Iranian opposition group said a delegation of North Korean nuclear experts visited Iranian nuclear installations.
N. Korea Submarine Missile Allows Covert Nuclear Strike on USRegime tests nuclear-capable missile from underwater for first time, as officials blame Obama for allowing 'tragedy.'
Comparing the North Korea and Iran Nuclear DealsExpert explains the parallels between the deal that let North Korea get the nuke and the Iran deal, details South Korea's concerns.
Netanyahu: Iran, North Korea Deals Both MistakesNetanyahu draws similarities between Israel and South Korea - as well as their main enemies.
China Warns: US is Wrong, North Korea Has a Wide Nuclear ArsenalConcerned Chinese allies of N. Korea tells US it has 20 nukes - 40 by next year - as it continues to share technology with Iran.
Obama Hid North Korea Rocket Component Transfer to IranUS intel officials reveal how Iran is getting advanced technology for long range nuclear missile during talks, Obama hiding it from UN.
Poll: Americans Believe ISIS 'Greatest Threat' to USIn Gallup poll asking what the biggest threat to the US is today, ISIS won by a 84% landslide; Iran in second spot.
Pro-ISIS Hackers Infiltrate North Korean Airline PageHackers call North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a 'crying pig' in latest cyberattack connected to jihadists.
Sony Backtracks, Will Release Movie on North KoreaSony Pictures says “The Interview” will be available in a limited number of theaters starting Thursday.
North Korea's Internet Back OnlinePyongyang's network back after hours of outage; cause of cyber-blackout still unknown.
American Revenge? North Korea Internet Goes OfflineNorth Korea’s access to the Internet hit with outages and is offline, days after it was identified as responsible for hacking Sony.
North Korea Threatens to Attack the White HouseNorth Korea threatens the White House and other targets in the United States, claims government was behind "The Interview" movie.
Obama: We May Place North Korea Back on Terror ListObama says the United States is considering putting North Korea back on its list of terrorism sponsors following Sony hacking.
FBI Says North Korea Behind Attack on SonyFBI says North Korea is officially responsible for a cyberattack on Sony Pictures which caused the company to cancel a film on Kim Jong Un.
UN Votes to Try North Korea for Crimes Against HumanityUN General Assembly votes to try Kim Jong-Un at ICC over atrocities committed against his own people; North Korea calls it 'political plot.'
Hackers Force Sony to Cancel Film on North Korean LeaderSony caves in to threats of terror attacks and cancels a comedy in which journalists are recruited to assassinate North Korea's leader.
UN Official: Israel Should be Investigated for Chemical WeaponsIsrael has a large store of chemical weapons, a top UN official charged Wednesday, calling for an investigation into Israel's cache.
From North Korean Prison Guard to Human Rights AdvocateNorth Korean defector Ahn Myeong Cheol, tells Arutz Sheva his incredible story - and how he hopes to take Kim-Jong Un to the ICC.
North Korea's 'God' From the Eyes of a BodyguardDefected bodyguard of Kim Jong-Il tells about the brainwashing and fear surrounding the leader, and how Kim Jong-Un is even worse.