The hacking of Sony Pictures’ computer files, apparently in revenge for a movie about a zany plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, marks a new chapter in the saga of cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. MostShow More Summary
If North Korea were a normal country, even a normal dictatorship, there would be nothing at all worrisome about the threats and bombast billowing forth from its ludicrous leader, Kim Jong-un. But by design, it is not a normal country. Show More Summary
Recently the world’s favorite whack-job dictator, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, brought an enduring human concern back into the news cycle through his crazy antics. This perennial topic has nothing to do with censorship, nuclear proliferation,...Show More Summary
Russia and North Korea make up the latest international odd couple. President Vladimir Putin reached out to one of the poorest and least predictable states on earth. So far the new Moscow-Pyongyang axis matters little. But Russia demonstrated...Show More Summary
Late last year, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's comedy The Interview caused quite a ruckus. The action centers around two bumbling journalists on a mission to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, which, you can imagine, rubbed a few people the wrong way. Show More Summary
Wow. While recently book browsing at a local Barnes & Noble, I noticed a strange addition to the bookshelf holding children?s guides to foreign countries. The Scholastic Children?s Press has a series called "A True Book," and one stood out:...
TheBlaze.com anchor Amy Holmes appeared on Morning Joe Wednesday morning and accused President Barack Obama of "focusing his ire" on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while giving a pass to despots like Kim Jong-un -- a point that visibly confused former Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs.
Saint Patrick’s Day is tomorrow and major cities are bracing for the sartorial eruption of green across their streets and, perhaps more notably, in their bars. (Even the … Read More
It might have a little something to do with truth-telling about what really goes on in the Pudgy But Sturdy Leader’s gulag nation: What does a nuclear power with the fifth largest army in the world have to fear from a pint-sized university student in a pink frock? A great deal, apparently. On 31 January [...]
Don't forward this to your grandparents, they'll have heart attacks. Too late: this is already leading your conservative aunt's next newsletter. (via Facebook) Reggie Brown is perhaps America's most successful Obama impersonator, and...Show More Summary
Looking for Obama impersonators for that next wild president-themed party? You might want to track down the guy pictured above. And while you’re at it, don’t leave out his friend, who does an even more convincing Kim Jong-Un. The pair...Show More Summary
Prediction! There will be no sequel to "The Interview," that little Sony movie about assassinating Kim Jong-Un! I'll save my thoughts on why that whole affair is Dennis Rodman's fault for another ime, but now, as promised, I must publicly...Show More Summary
As if the photo weren't great on its own.
Original Photo Kim Jong-un seems to be prime fodder for humor of all kinds, and it doesn't look as if that will change anytime soon. A photo was snapped of the North Korean leader bending over a mattress and assumedly feeling it for firmness by pressing on it with his hands. Show More Summary
It's no surprise that North Koreans were not fans of Seth Rogen and James Franco's controversial comedy "The Interview," which chronicled the fictional assassination of the country's leader Kim Jong-un. But they do love watching theShow More Summary
The Internet can agree on at least one thing: Photoshopping North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un will never, ever get old. Kim became yet another meme on Wednesday, after the Photoshop masters of Reddit's r/PhotoshopBattles altered a photo...Show More Summary
The dictator is upset about U.S.-South Korea joint military drills. He also said that America does not have a ‘monopoly’ on nuclear weapons, adding: ‘The U.S. is seriously mistaken if it thinks its mainland is safe.’… KCNA, the country’s state news agency, said: ‘The DPRK will wage a merciless sacred war against the U.S. now [...]
He can't help being a trendsetter, because everyone has to do what he says. (Getty/@frankfeinstein) Turns out Kim Jong-un's power extends far beyond North Korea. The dictator just got a new look—complete with trapezoidal hairdo and sawed-off eyebrows—and Scarlett Johansson rushed to sport the cut to the Oscars last night. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — The Interview won an award Friday for best promotional campaign at the publicists awards, but unfortunately Kim Jong-un and the Guardians of Peace were not on hand to accept it. OK, we're kidding, we're kidding — the award was in fact given to the publicity team at Sony. Show More Summary
If the Academy gave out Oscars for best eyebrows, Kim Jong-un would definitely nab a nomination. Earlier this week, news surfaced that Kim had started to sport a new wedge-shaped hairdo. Cue a media freakout See also: 9 Celebrities Rocking...Show More Summary