The new congressional bill to increase sanction on North Korea would cost the United States $44 million over a five year period, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) stated in a report.
A U.S. think tank reported that satellite images showed what appeared to be fueling activity at a North Korea launch site — activity consistent with has been observed one to two weeks before a rocket launch.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence agencies believe North Korea could be ready for its next rocket launch by the time of the U.S. Super Bowl on Sunday, a U.S. government source said on Friday. The Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos football teams is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Show More Summary
U.S. intelligence agencies believe North Korea could be ready for its next rocket launch by the time of the U.S. Super Bowl on Sunday, a U.S. government source said on Friday. The Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos football teams is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (2330 GMT).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence agencies believe North Korea could be ready for its next rocket launch by the time of the U.S. Super Bowl on Sunday, a U.S. government source said on Friday.
US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed a coordinated international response to the recent North Korean nuclear test and planned ballistic missile test, the White House stated in a press release on Frida...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Satellite images taken this week of North Korea's Sohae rocket launch site show apparent fueling activity that has been seen in the past one to two weeks before a rocket launch, a U.S. think tank said on Frida...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) agree that a planned ballistic missile test by North Korea would be another "provocative and destabilizing" action in violation of multiple U.N. Show More Summary
The country’s peaceful intentions were questionable in 2012, and they still are
SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - The United States has deployed missile defense systems that will work with the Japanese and South Korean militaries to track a rocket North Korea says it will launch some time over an 18-day period beginning Monday.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Thursday said a planned rocket launch by North Korea could “never be tolerated,” as her defence ministry vowed to shoot down any missile that threatened its territory. Pyongyang has announced it will launch a satellite-bearing rocket sometime...
According to media reports, Pyongyang will not use its nuclear weapons against Seoul.
Two Japanese airlines, All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) altered the routes of several of their flights out of fear that the planes could be damaged during the rocket launch planned by North Korea, a local television channel reported Friday.
Whatever lifts off from North Korea's western coast space center this month, one thing is certain — since rockets and missiles inevitably have overlapping technologies, it will run afoul of U.N. resolutions that have been in place for...Show More Summary
Diplomatic activity surges ahead of imminent rocket launch by Pyongyang as regional tensions rise.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has told North Korea it does not want to see anything happen that could further raise tensions, China's foreign minister was quoted as saying on Friday, after Pyongyang announced plans to launch a satellite soon.
North Korea is literally fighting dirty in its latest battle with its southern neighbor. For the past few weeks, the communist nation has been floating balloons filled with leaflets denouncing South Korean President Park Geun-hye across the border, according to South Korean newspaper Korea Joongang Daily. Show More Summary
The country deployed balloons filled with trash across the border to South Korea
Colorado House and Senate lawmakers unanimously endorsed a joint resolution that makes Jan. 23 "USS Pueblo Day" and repeats the demand that North Korea return the Navy spy ship that they surrounded and seized on that day in 1968.