Kim Jong Un's lack of response to Trump's "nuclear button" tweet may mean North Korea is serious about peace talks. But is the U.S.?
Trump’s “very good relationship” comment suggests he may newly be open to diplomacy.
Nearly a year after Trump took office, 17 former nuclear launch officers said, “The reality of this presidency is worse than we feared.”
North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test in early September.
There are roughly 300,000 Christians in North Korea, a nation of over 25 million people who are largely atheists.
Researchers say it is the latest indication that cryptocurrency is providing North Korea a “financial lifeline.”
“As onlookers, we find that there are big problems with the U.S. political system from which we should steer well clear,” China’s Communist Party outlet wrote.
The U.S. has yet to fully support the landmark talks between rivals North Korea and South Korea, saying Kim Jong Un must first abandon nuclear weapons.
North Korea has thousands of tunnels to ship out troops and hide nuclear and chemical weapons.
North Korea's cheerleaders are very popular in the South.
Kim Jong Un is "trying to make himself the reincarnation of Kim Il Sung, who was really beloved by the North Koreans."
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley defended Trump's inflammatory nuclear button tweet, saying Trump always needs to keep the North Korean leader "on his toes."
Ever since Kim came to power, his birthdays have passed with little to no mention in the state media.
North Korea must understand its aggressive behavior could have "penalties," Tillerson said.
South Korea had a record-low level of North Korean refugees arriving in the country.
North Korea's last long-range missile test was in late November.
More than 20 people died in a week of protests in Iran, and Moscow's support for the regime's "nefarious designs" is a problem, the White House's top security adviser said.
China asked, "If South Korea can enhance ties with North Korea, why can't the U.S. and other countries?"
For starters, the president needs to stop tweeting about "nuclear buttons."
Trump seems to have taken credit for the cautiously renewed relations between the North and South.
Like North Korea, Trump is controlling the use of personal phones.