US to Move High-Profile Missile Defense to GuamIncreasing aggressive North Korean rhetoric prompts the US to decide to deploy a high-profile missile-defense system on the island of Guam.
Official: N. Korea May Fire Missiles 'At any Time'The Obama administration calculates that North Korea may test fire ballistic missiles at any time, says a U.S. official.
N. Korea Preparing Fourth Nuclear Test: SouthNorth Korea appears to be preparing a fourth nuclear test as well as a provocative missile launch, South Korea said on Monday.
U.S. 'Won't be Surprised' if NK Launches a MissileWhite House press secretary says the American administration would not be surprised if North Korea launches a missile.
N. Korea to Embassies: Can't Guarantee Your SafetyNorth Korea warns foreign embassies in Pyongyang that it can't guarantee their safety after April 10.
North Korea Points More Missiles toward U.S.North Korea moves more mid-range missile launchers to its east coast in what may signal a new launch test.
NK Moves 'Long Range' Missile to East CoastReport from Pyonyang follows North Korea's statement it is ready to strike U.S. with 'smaller' nuclear weapons.
N. Korea Approves 'Merciless' Strikes Against USNorth Korea says it has final approval to launch "merciless" military strikes against US, involving use of "cutting-edge" nuclear weapons.
'North Korea Crisis Could Spiral Out of Control'UN chief Ban Ki-moon warns Korean peninsula crisis could spiral out of control, after North Korea announced it would restart nuclear reactor
US Deploys Destroyer Off Tense Korean PeninsulaThe United States has placed a destroyer off the South Korean coast to defend against a possible missile strike.
Iran, N. Korea, Syria Block Arms Trade TreatyIran, North Korea and Syria twice blocked attempts at the United Nations to agree on the first treaty on the conventional arms trade.
North Korea Raises Nuclear Threat LevelNorth Korea raised the nuclear threat level against the United States on Wednesday, warning it could launch a pre-emptive attack.
N. Korea's Lights Out Game - It Could HappenEven a small, relatively crude nuclear device detonated above the Korean peninsula would generate an EMP with field strength well above 10 kV/m, ensuring wholesale destruction of unprotected electronic systems.
US to Boost Missile Defenses Against North KoreaThe US said it would bolster defenses against a possible strike amid N. Korean threats of a "pre-emptive" nuclear attack
North Korea ‘Serious Threat’ to US, Asian AlliesNorth Korean nuclear and military activities pose a ‘serious threat’ to the United States and its Asian allies, says US intelligence.
Spy Chief Warns of Cyber Danger, N. Korea ThreatUS spy chief James Clapper voiced alarm over N. Korea's recent "belligerent" rhetoric and over the increase in cyber attacks.
US Slaps Sanctions on North Korean Trade BankThe US imposed sanctions on N. Korea's primary foreign exchange bank as it bids to force the regime to abandon its nuclear program.
South Korea and US Launch Joint DrillsThe start of the two-week "Key Resolve" exercise follows a week of escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula.
North Korea Voids Non-Aggression Pacts with SouthNorth Korea voids non-aggression pacts with South, hours after Security Council adopts tough new sanctions on Pyongyang.
North Korea Escalates Anti-US Nuclear ThreatNorth Korean is raising the level of its anti-American rhetoric, threatening to cancel a decades-old armistice and launch a nuclear strike.
N. Korea Threatens Nuke Attack on Mainland USANorth Korea is threatening the US, claiming it has long-range missiles with atomic warheads capable of reaching the American mainland.
Senate Passes North Korea Nuclear Weapons BillThe Senate passes bill aimed at preventing nuclear proliferation in North Korea, following Pyongynag’s third nuclear test earlier this month
N. Korea Threatens US WIth 'Miserable Destruction'North Korea threatened the United States with “miserable destruction” if Pentagon goes ahead with annual military exercises with South Korea
New SK Missile Aimed at North Korean Leadership?South Korean officials have announced the deployment of a new missile they said could strike the office of North Korea’s leadership.
North Korea Poses Problem for ObamaNorth Korea's nuclear blast Tuesday rudely interrupted President Barack Obama's rollout of his State of the Union address.
North Korea Confirms Third Nuclear TestNorth Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date, in a striking act of defiance that drew condemnations from around the globe.
N. Korea Posts Video Depicting New York Set AblazePoised to conduct a nuclear test, N. Korea has posted a video depicting a US city resembling New York ablaze after an apparent attack.
North Korea Announces Third Nuclear TestAs Japan prepares to shut down all of its nuclear reactors, North Korea announces it will soon launch a third nuclear missile test.
Former US Gov, Google Founder Arrive in N KoreaUS State Department voiced concerns about the trip, saying it was ill-timed in the wake of N Korea's rocket launch last month.
Iran Congratulates North Korea on Rocket LaunchIran congratulated North Korea for its "successful" launch of a long-range rocket, an incident that provoked global condemnation.
UN Condemns Iran and Syria for Human Rights AbusesA key United Nations committee passes non-binding resolutions condemning human rights abuses by Iran, Syria and North Korea.
N. Korea Says Its Missiles Can Reach U.S. MainlandNorth Korea announced Tuesday that it possesses “strategic rocket forces” capable of reaching the American mainland.
North Korea's Enemy: IsraelNorth Korea is not even near Israel, but it has directly participated in a war against it. North Korea’s anti-Israel actions have surpassed those of Iran, even though it is not anywhere near Israel. And it is not alone.
UN Tightens North Korea SanctionsFriday's failed rocket launch by North Korea - which violated international agreements - has resulted in more sanctions for Pyongyang
Iran Cozies up to N. Korea, Watches Rocket LaunchIranian missile experts were present at a failed North Korean rocket launch last week, according to foreign media.
North Korea Fueling Rocket as Launch Window OpensDefying world pressure, the regime of newly installed leader Kim Jong-un is preparing to violate agreements with a ballistic missile launch.
South Koreans Ignore North Korea Missile LaunchEverybody appears to be uptight about the North Korean missile launch, except for the South Koreans.
Obama Addresses His Own and S. Korea's ElectionsBarack Obama's tough talk in South Korea was made in the context of domestic and diplomatic pressures.
Obama Pushing for World Without Nuclear WeaponsObama in South Korea university: “Time is short. Iran must act with seriousness and sense of urgency.”
North Korean Missile May Explode Food DealThe United States has called Pyongyang's determination to launch a satellite in violation of recent agreements 'highly provocative'
Iran 'May have Tested Nukes in N. Korea in 2010'Germany's Die Welt: two nuclear weapons tests in North Korea in 2010 might have been conducted for Iran.
Pyongyang Halts Uranium Enrichment for FoodNorth Korea's new leader Kim Jong-Un agrees to halt uranium enrichment and allow IAEA access in exchange for US food.
US Upbeat About North Korea TalksDiplomats from Washington and Pyongyang met for the first time since Kim John Il's death to explore restarting multi-lateral talks.
Japan Called Cornerstone of US Pacific StrategyFollowing the death of Kim Jong Il the US is trying to assure the neighbor of the nuclear dictatorship ha all will be well.
Video: North Korea's Connection to TerrorAttorney Nitzana Darshan-Leitner of Shurat HaDin reminds: North Korea, seeking to destroy the West, supports terror in the Middle East.
World Awaits Completion of Kim Jong Il SuccessionKim Jong Il's death recalled the passing of other Communist tyrants.
Kim John Il Passing Causes Consternation in SouthSouth Korea's senior leaders and security officials learned of Kim Johg Il's death from the North's state TV; ire at intelligence officials.
‘Hundreds’ of North Korean Nuke Scientists in IranHundreds of nuclear scientists from North Korea, whose leader Kim Jong-il died Saturday, are in Iran, South Korean media report.
Israel: No Rosy Future despite Kim Jong’s DeathNorth Korea’s leader Kim Jong-il’s death still leaves the country “distant and dangerous” for Israel, a Foreign Ministry spokesman says.
North Korea Ready to Talk NukesNorth Korea ready to return to nuclear talks without preconditions after Dmitry Medvedev and Kim Jong Il meet; oil deal in the works.
Russia Hosts N. Korea With Ulterior MotiveRussia is hosting Kim Jong Il and attempting to induce him to modify his behavior for economic benefits.
North Korea Denies Firing at SouthNorth Korea denies it fired artillery rounds into the Yellow Sea, but South Korea isn't buying it.
Koreas at It Again as North Shells SouthReports: North Korea fires at disputed island in South Korea and the south strikes back.
Trilateral Summit in TokyoThe Japanese natural disasters helped bring China, South Korea and Japan together, but the split over North Korea remains.
Seoul's Tough New ApproachThe talks between the two Koreas broke down because South Korea refuses to reward North Korea for fruitless negotiations.
North Korea Fined for '72 AttackA US court has fined North Korea $378 million for a 1972 terrorist attack in Israel that killed 26.
Iran, N. Korea Snub ObamaNorth Korea and Iran angered by “hostile” Obama approach, plan to move forward with nuclear programs.