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 FacilitiesMembers of an Iranian opposition group said a delegation of North Korean nuclear experts visited Iranian nuclear installations.
N. Korea Sub Missile for Covert Nuke 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 Nuke 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: US is Wrong, N. Korea Has a 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 Part Transfer to IranUS intel officials reveal how Iran is getting advanced technology for long range nuclear missile during talks, Obama hiding it from UN.
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.
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.
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 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 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 KoreaSony caves in to threats of terror attacks and cancels a comedy in which journalists are recruited to assassinate North Korea's leader.
Official: Investigate Israel Over Chemical WeaponsIsrael has a large store of chemical weapons, a top UN official charged Wednesday, calling for an investigation into Israel's cache.
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.
Kim Jong-Un Makes First Appearance Since SeptemberNorth Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un makes his first public appearance for more than a month.
'No Indication' that Kim Jong-Un is Not in Power'We have not seen any indications of a transfer of power at this point in North Korea that we view as definitive,' says Susan Rice.
Artillery Fire Breaks Between North, South KoreaSouth Korea returns fire after North decides to shell in response to activists' protest balloons.
Kim Jong-Un is Ill? No-Show at Key Public EventNorth Korean dictator misses key party anniversary for first time; not seen for over a month as speculation on his health abounds.
North Korea Denies Leader Has Health ProblemsSenior North Korean official says there is nothing wrong with the health of Kim Jong-Un amid speculations over leader's disappearance.
Rumors of North Korean Coup PersistLeader Kim Jong-un's prolonged absence from public view has led to speculation that he has been arrested.
Expert Says Terror Tunnels a Threat in the GalileePrize-winning geologist and onetime advisor on terror tunnels suggests Hezbollah could be building Gaza-esque tunnels into Israel.
North Korea Denies it Helps Hamas and HezbollahNorth Korea denounces allegations it supplied missiles to Hamas and material support to Hezbollah as "sheer fiction".
North Korea, Iran Charged for Hezbollah RocketsLandmark victory for Israel in US court, as Shurat Hadin case results in loss for Hezbollah and its sponsors.
Report: Hamas to Buy More Rockets From North KoreaIslamist group seeking to replenish depleted stockpiles of rockets, improve ground forces performance in face of IDF operation.
North Korea Calls US Comedy 'Declaration of War'Kim Jong-Un's regime threatens US to ban upcoming satire of Kim assassination, or face 'merciless counter-measure.'
Dictators Unite at UN to Slam Israeli 'Violations'For an hour before Racheli Frenkel spoke at UNHRC, reps from repressive regimes such as N. Korea and Sudan condemned 'colonial' Israel.
Netanyahu Warns of Iran-N. Korea Nuke CooperationNetanyahu tells Japanese press root cause of PA conflict is recognition of Jewish state, 'no new settlements in 20 years.'
'We Cannot Let the Ayatollahs Win'Netanyahu, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe commiserate on their shared nuclear threats: Iran and North Korea.
Kim Jong-Un's Legion of Note-TakersPhotos reveal North Korean dictators latest fad - visiting various sites with an entourage of officials and generals noting his every word.
Live Fire Erupts Between North, South KoreaMilitary drill gone awry raises tensions in Korea on Monday. Will it turn into war?
All North Koreans Must Have Kim Jong-Un's HaircutNorth Korean men used to have ten hairstyles to select from, now they all must get dictator Kim's unique 90's style.
UN Report Details 'Nazi-Like' Abuse in North KoreaNorth Korean leaders potentially responsible for "unspeakable atrocities" against their own people.
North Korea Rushing Imminent War PreparationsDictator Kim Jong-Un further raises tensions, orders army to prepare for battle. Kim: 'you don't advertise when you'll start war.'
North Korea Executes 'Traitor' Uncle of LeaderNorth Korea executes the uncle of leader Kim Jong-Un, describes him as "despicable human scum".
Rodman Returns to N.Korea With Ex-NBA PlayersFormer NBA star will make 3rd visit on December 18 to train N.Korean team, just after nation reportedly restarts nuclear reactor.
North Korea 'Restarting Its Reactor'North Korea destroyed the cooling tower at Yongbyon in 2008 as a confidence-building measure.
N. Korea, Iran Pledge Continued Nuke CooperationJapanese news source reveals Iran's Revolutionary Guard and North Korea promised to continue cooperation on nuclear missiles.
Report: Syrian Regime Using North Korean PilotsWary of defections and after two years of bloody attritional conflict, Syria turns to fellow rogue state for help.
Jimmy Carter Taking 'Private Trip' to North KoreaWhite House seeks to distance itself from former President Carter's plans to travel to North Korea, calling it a “private trip.”
N. Korea Ruler Distributes Hitler's 'Mein Kampf'North Korean ruler Kim Jong-Un has reportedly given copies of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" to his top officials.
North Korea Launches Fourth Short Range MissileNorth Korea on Sunday launched short-range projectile into waters off its coast, marking latest provocation from Pyongyang.
North Korea Removes Missiles from LaunchersTwo Musudan missiles withdrawn from launch site and moved to a storage facility, U.S. officials say.
N. Korea Sentences US Citizen to Hard LaborNorth Korea said Thursday that it had sentenced an American citizen to 15 years of prison labor for "hostile acts" against communist regime.
N. Korea to Put US Citizen on TrialNorth Korea says it will put US citizen on trial for trying to overthrow communist regime, amid soaring tensions between the two countries.
North Korea Dismisses Claims Over Boston BombingsNorth Korea denies allegations by US website that it might have been behind Boston bombings.
North Korea Rejects Nuclear TalksNorth Korea has rejected a plan to hold talks over its nuclear development activities, but is willing to discuss disarmament, it says.
N. Korea Moves Short-Range Scuds to East CoastNorth Korea continues to 'play chicken' with its neighbor, moving two more missile launchers to its southeastern coast over the weekend.
US Offers Direct Talks to North KoreaThe US has dangled the option of direct talks before North Korea in exchange for Pyongyang dropping its nuclear ambitions.
John Kerry in Japan on North Korean CrisisUS Secretary of State John Kerry arrived Sunday in Japan for talks to head off a nuclear crisis with North Korea, after meetings in China.
US Secy of State in China on N. Korean Nuke CrisisUS Secretary of State John Kerry flew to China on Saturday to discuss how to prevent Pyongyang from launching a nuclear war.