Pyongyang has accused President Obama of "reckless words and deeds" and said the U.S. is "playing hide and seek as children with runny noses would."
More harsh rhetoric from Pyongyang tonight as the North Korean government pins blame for that country's Internet shutdown on the U.S., the Associated Press reports. The state-run Korean Central News Agency said that a spokesman for the...Show More Summary
Russia has slammed the United States over a raunchy comedy featuring a fictional plot to kill North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, saying Pyongyang’s anger was understandable. On Christmas Day, “The Interview” — which has become an unlikely symbol of free speech in the West...
Russia on Thursday offered sympathy to North Korea amid the Sony hacking scandal, saying the movie that sparked the dispute was so scandalous that Pyongyang's anger was "quite understandable."...
Russia offered sympathy to North Korea amid the hacking scandal, and that Pyongyang's anger over "The Interview" was "quite understandable."
The Associated Press, the only news agency with a bureau in Pyongyang, has an ironclad agreement with the government of North Korea to only print news favorable to the regime, and, in some cases, news that can only be classified as DPRK propaganda, NK News revealed.
St. Nick and his reindeer flew over Pyongyang on Christmas Eve to deliver presents, according to the North American Aerospace Defense Command, whose official map showed the airborne sleigh over the North Korean capital.
While waiting for the James Franco-Seth Rogen film The Interview to show up in some theaters on Christmas Day, let's construct a North Korean farce of our own using material in which Pyongyang burlesques itself. There 's promising source...Show More Summary
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Key North Korean websites were back online Tuesday after an hours-long shutdown that followed a U.S. vow to respond to a cyberattack on Sony Pictures that Washington blames on Pyongyang. The White House and the State Department declined to say whether the U.S. government was responsible for the shutdown in one of the least-wired countries in the world.
North Korea's isolation from the world, coupled with its abundance of heavy weapons pointed towards South Korea's capital and largest airport, limits a lot of the US's options in responding to Pyongyang's alleged involvement in the Sony hack. Show More Summary
China, North Korea's lone major ally, said Monday it condemns any form of cyber attack, but agreed with the North Korean government that there's no evidence to prove Pyongyang's involvement in the hacking of Sony Pictures, which has led the company to cancel the planned release of the film, "The Interview."
When they're not complaining about video-game journalism or trading celebrity nudes, the grumbling internet hordes at 4chan love doing pranks about North Korea. Four years after trying to send Justin Bieber to Pyongyang, 4chan users are now trying to troll North Korea itself by spamming the IMDb page for The... More »
U.S. accusations that North Korea was behind the cyberattack on Sony Pictures could force Japan to choose between backing its ally Washington and keeping talks on track with Pyongyang about Japanese citizens abducted decades ago. Washington is weighing how to punish North Korea after the FBI...
North Korea's call for a joint investigation with the US into the Sony hack may have sounded unusually reasonable, but a statement issued last night is full of the bluster more normally associated with Pyongyang. The statement in state-run media accused the US of being behind the making of The...
Pyongyang accuses the U.S. of "recklessly" spreading rumors that it led an attack on Sony.
There is more to the Sony hacking and movie distribution cancelling than meets the eye.
Beijing and Pyongyang, working together, have been attacking American networks.
President Obama says Washington will look at what has been done by Pyongyang and make "determinations in future".
The United States has dismissed a call by North Korea for a joint investigation into the hacking of Sony Pictures and wants China to help block cyber attacks from Pyongyang. Washington blames North Korea for a breach of cyber security...Show More Summary
In a predictably bizarre move, officials in Pyongyang are now proposing that North Korea and the United States work together on a joint investigation into the Sony Pictures hack. The country says it can prove that they didn't do it. North Korea also warned of the gravest consequences if the U.S. does not agree to the inquiry. Read more...