Jordan Spieth turned it on Saturday at the Presidents Cup when his team needed him most because the Internationals are the closest they've been with one session to go since 2005. An interminable double session Saturday in Korea ends with the USA holding the same Presidents Cup lead they had before any ball was struck. Show More Summary
Amazing Grace: Branden Grace, Louis Oosthuizen keep International team in range in Korea
During a military parade, North Korea displayed the KN-08 intercontinental ballistic missile which has a range of to 10,000 kilometers.
With no world leaders in attendance, North Korea marks one of its biggest celebrations with show of military hardware.
PYONGYANG (Reuters) - China said it wants to strengthen ties with North Korea, its isolated neighbor under U.N. sanctions for its nuclear weapons program, which is due to hold a massive military parade in the capital on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party.
Bae Sang-moon made a dynamic debut at home in Incheon, South Korea, in his first Presidents Cup, making a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win a crucial fourball match.
An October 8 Associated Press report, titled "Clinton Server Hack Attempts Came From China, Korea, Germany" outlined how "at least five cyberattack tries were apparently blocked by a 'threat monitoring' product that was connected toShow More Summary
Now we have ourselves a ballgame in South Korea. The Internationals, desperate after losing Day 1 of the Presidents Cup to the U.S. by a 4-1 count, made a strong comeback in the Friday session of five fourball (best ball) matches, cutting...Show More Summary
Russian scientists are working with cloning experts in South Korea to resurrect the extinct woolly mammoth. The scientists hope to find living cells on a piece of 10,000 year old mammoth skin found preserved in permafrost. If living cells are found, the group plans to use the eggs of the woolly mammoth’s closest living relative,... Show More Summary
As nation marks 70th anniversary of the Communist Party rule, it has invited several foreign journalists to a celebration marking the occasion
Team match play! Trash talk! Primetime golf! This Presidents Cup may be worth watching now and we're in for an interminable double session Day 3 in Korea. The Presidents Cup is actually a competition now. The International side got up off the mat on Day 2 and cut into a 3-point deficit by winning Friday's four-ball session. Show More Summary
On October 10th, North Korea supreme leader Kim Jung-Un will celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the totalitarian state's Communist Party, which is also his family business.The parade is estimated to be the largest in the country's history. It will feature the newest in North Korean military technology and generalized geopolitical... More »
North Korean Windows fans, rejoice! Microsoft announced today that a Windows update coming on Oct. 20 will allow Windows users to align their PCs with the recently announced North Korea time zone. “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has implemented its own time zone with UTC +8:30,” Microsoft wrote today in a short post on its […]
A look inside the notoriously secretive North Korea as it commemorates the 70th anniversary of the ruling Worker's Party
Lionsgate and Chinese online video platform iQIYI have entered a long-term output deal for movies from the studio as well as third-party titles. The pact gives iQIYI an exclusive SVOD and TVOD window on the films and includes a major promotional commitment. Show More Summary
North Korea, relatively small nation that it is, will do its best Saturday to convince the world — and particularly the United States — that it’s not to be trifled with. The North plans an exceptionally large display of its military power to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling...
PREPARATIONS are underway in Pyongyang for a massive military parade on Saturday October 10th to mark the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the North Korean Workers' party, ruled by the Kim family dictatorship. Seventy years on from...Show More Summary
PYONGYANG (Reuters) - Ahead of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party anniversary on Saturday, it is a parade of taxis, not tanks, that stands out most in the isolated country's capital, Pyongyang. Parts of impoverished North Korea have...Show More Summary
Team rallies to cut U.S. lead after Day 2 in South Korea.
North Korea is preparing for a massive celebration marking the 70th anniversary of the ruling Worker's Party