United States sanctions North Korean dictatorFor the first time, the United States sanctions Kim Jong Un for human rights abuses.
North Korea rejects Trump's proposal to meet KimNorth Korea’s Ambassador to the UN says Trump's proposal to meet North Korean leader is "propaganda".
State Dept: We take N. 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 strikesN. Korea threatens "indiscriminate" nuclear strikes if South Korea and United States push ahead with joint military drills.
UN resolution would inspect North Korean cargoUnited States drafts new UN resolution that would impose stricter sanctions on the North Korean regime.
Who rejected United States-North Korea 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.
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.
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.
North Korea Removes Missiles from LaunchersTwo Musudan missiles withdrawn from launch site and moved to a storage facility, U.S. officials say.
Kerry Tells North Korea to Tone Down its RhetoricIn Seoul, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry demands that North Korea scrap an expected missile test and dial down its virulent rhetoric.
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.
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.
Supreme Leader Kim, Don't Mess With the 509th BWAmerica's intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) can erase you, and your “9,000,000” man army, off the face of the earth in 7 minutes flat.
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'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.
'Burning Barack Obama' in N Korea Nuke VideoA new propaganda video posted by North Korea threatens America and US Pres. Barack Obama with flaming destruction by a nuclear bomb.
US Allows S. Korea to Expand Its Missile RangeThe US agreed that South Korea could increase the range of its missiles.
US North Korea Deal May Be Lost In SpaceKorea's announced satellite launch has military implications. It may prove a deal breaker for the much touted US-N. Korea agreement.
US North Korea Agreement Arouses SkepticismSouth Korea and Japan offered faint praise for the US North Korean agreement while hinting at some of its deficiencies.