The North Korean leader personally threatened to "tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire.”
Officials apologized on Thursday night for previously confirming, then denying, the existence of Frida Sofia, admitting that someone may still be alive under the rubble.
The girl was initially described as a 12-year-old student called Frida Sofía but no girl with that name appear in the school records.
President Donald Trump opposed the Obama-era deal but Australian Prime Minister ultimately convinced him to uphold it.
The app aimed to address the needs of millions of Chinese men who cannot find a partner.
Pyongayng fired what is believed to be an intermediate range ballistic missile Hwasong-12, the same rocket it threatened to use to strike Guam.
A new study tracking the movement of the mammals to detect risk of poaching may help save the lives of elephants.
Along with the rest of the U.N. Security Council, Russia voted Monday on a U.S.-drafted resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea.
Ed Murray stepped down after a fifth claim of child sexual assault became public on Tuesday.
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended President Donald Trump’s decision to fire Comey.
Malaysia's PM Najib Razak is under investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for money laundering.
The hurricane weakened to a tropical depression on Monday night.
Female warriors aren't just the stuff of legends.
The U.N. Security Council is expected to vote on a resolution imposing new restrictions on North Korea on Monday afternoon.
In contrast to the more commercial-driven Miss USA pageant, which President Trump owned from 1996 to 2015 and whose motto is “confidently beautiful,” Miss America focuses on women’s education.
Newsweek takes a closer look at North Korea’s missile development program.
The regime is about to celebrate its 69th year of existence as the Democratic People‘s Republic of Korea, and the South is on high alert for a possible missile test.
Despite multiple nuclear tests carried out by Pyongyang, most South Koreans think war is unlikely.
Officials in Barbuda and St Martin report devastating damage to the islands, and at least seven confirmed casualties.
According to North Korea expert Nam Sung-wook, Pyongyang will continue in its provocative acts as long as its short-tempered ruler is in power.
Other companies have tried and failed to crack the lucrative Chinese market.
Not even Pyongyang's sixth and largest nuclear test to date is shaking South Korea's president olive branch offer to Pyongyang.