North Korea has a parasite problem and Kim Jong Un may be responsible. Read more...
The state of North Korea's health problems have been highlighted by the defection of one soldier to the south.
Randy Schriver said he supported talking to the notoriously reclusive, militarized state in order to avoid a war breaking out.
Kim has insulted Trump over his age.
Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia And its all over food. North Korean soldiers are reportedly a little disappointed with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in the wake of a field inspection of the rogue regime’s missile forces. When Kim visited...Show More Summary
The ever-escalating war of words between the United States and North Korea got dialed up to 11 on Wednesday, when an editorial in a state-run newspaper called President Trump a coward who deserved the death penalty. Rodong Sinmun, a mouthpiece for Kim's Workers Party of Korea, took aim at President Trump, who recently returned from a five-country […]
Perhaps they're more alike than they might like to admit.
President Trump's hope of becoming friends with Kim Jong Un seems unlikely to pan out now that the North Korean regime has suggested he should, well, die. An editorial published Wednesday in a state run newspaper says Trump is guilty of criticizing North Korea's society, lifestyle, and history in a...
North Korea slammed Trump for insulting leader Kim Jong Un and said the U.S. president deserves the death penalty.
SEOUL (Reuters) - After a summer filled with flaming rockets and an earth-shaking nuclear blast, North Korea's state media is portraying Kim Jong Un as a leader who has temporarily traded weapons for workshops.
"This discussion is long overdue," said Republican Senator Bob Corker.
The late-night host found something particularly hypocritical about President Trump calling another leader “fat.”
The four-day drills are set to conclude Tuesday.
The North Korean soldier who defected on Monday is just the latest desperate citizen to make the dangerous journey.
As the president makes his final stop of his 11-day trip to Asia, he poked at Kim Jong Un, calling him “short and fat,” and sought to clean up comments about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.
President Trump responded to the latest attacks by North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un on Saturday. This comes after Kim Jong un warned the US it faces an “abyss of doom” unless it ousts “the lunatic old man” from the White House and withdraws...Show More Summary
On Sunday, as the 45th president continued his Twitter taunts of nuclear-armed nemesis Kim Jong Un of North Korea, veterans, peace activists and high school marching bands paraded down Fisherman’s Wharf — heralding the wounded and fallen,...Show More Summary
Hours after President Trump taunted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Twitter, suggesting he is "short and fat," the White House chief of staff insisted he doesn’t carefully follow Trump's comments on social media and tells other aides not to react to them. "Someone, I read the other day, said...
Kellyanne Conway defended President Donald Trump's Saturday tweet depicting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un as "short and fat." Trump is currently visiting several Asian countries on a nearly two-week tour of the region. White House...Show More Summary
But the 'Weekend Update' host admitted that, this time, Trump's "short and fat" tweet was "pretty damn funny." read more