1. North Korea Has Its Internet Restored, Prompting Many Citizens To Wonder, "We Have Internet?" After a terrible nine hours without access to the many webpages glorifying Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un and his many god-like ancestors, North Korea's Internet connection was finally restored yesterday. Show More Summary
Haleh Esfandiari: Ayatollah Khamenei has tied his regional influence and standing to opposing the United States. A U.S. embassy flying the American flag in Tehran would negate everything he has stood for as supreme leader.
Bizarre and Unpredictable It's been three years since the former "supreme leader" of North Korea, Kim Jong-il, died.Since his youngest son Kim Jong-un succeeded him in late 2011, numerous occasions have seen Kim Jong-un assume a bizarre...Show More Summary
Who runs Hollywood? Today, North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un does, after his nation's hackers purportedly cyberbullied Sony Studios to pull their Jong-Un mocking film "The Interview."
It looks as though North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un is having the last laugh on Sony Pictures. Chubby Chops was miffed when he heard that in The Interview his head exploded like a ripe melon. Sony has since been hit with some very costly hacks. Show More Summary
Supreme Leader wins again.
There's few things incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants more next year than for the Supreme Court to do the GOP's bidding on Obamacare in King v. Burwell. That's the case that will decide whether the statute actually...Show More Summary
When Colbert realized he had spent much of the past few years saying terrible things about the "supreme leader," he tried to make up for it by declaring that "North Korea is the greatest country on the face of the Earth." And beforeShow More Summary
In an interview with CNN to be aired in full on Friday, the mother of detained Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian appealed to the Iranian government to release her son, directly addressing Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.Read full article >>
The torture of Al-Qaeda suspects by the CIA shows that the US government is a “symbol of tyranny against humanity,” Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Wednesday. His was the first official reaction in Iran to a US Senate report that torture of suspects in the years...
The North Korean government, a.k.a. the Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, is not taking credit for the devastating hack on Sony, which revealed sensitive documents from their cost-cutting measures to releasing their films online. Investigators were wondering if North Korea was behind the attack because the hackers used methods similar to... More »
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea released a statement Sunday that clearly relished a cyberattack on Sony Pictures, which is producing an upcoming film that depicts an assassination plot against Pyongyang's supreme leader.
Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, materializing as a voice of sanity from the Republican Party of yore, says the GOP should act to save the Affordable Care Act if a crucial provision is upset by the Supreme Court.
Account that bears the name of Ayatullah Khamenei accuses U.S. of hypocrisy
N. Korea has banned its citizens from using the name of its supreme leader, Kim Jong-Un. The authoritarian measure aims to ensure that there is only one Kim Jong-Un in N. Korea… One Kim Jong-Un to rule them all. The special directive, contained in a N. Show More Summary
The popular perception in the West is that Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, leads Tehran's hardliners against the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, particularly when it comes to the negotiations between Iran and...Show More Summary
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, unless you're Kim Jong Un. North Korea's supreme leader banned citizens from naming their newborns Jong Un. The ban, dating back to 2011, was just leaked outside the country, South Korean media outlets say. Show More Summary
Incoming Senate Majority Leader McConnell said the Senate is likely to vote on a series of measures to pick apart the Affordable Care Act starting next year, but pointed to a pending court case as the best opportunity to disassemble President Obama’s signature health-care law.
By Golnaz Esfandiari (RFE/RL) A top adviser to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called for an end to domestic criticism of Tehran’s nuclear negotiations with major world powers. Former Foreign…
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