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There's a dark underbelly to these Winter Olympics (but not much of one)

Stolen hockey sticks, crashed ceremonies, scalped tickets. For some, the Winter Olympics in South Korea haven’t been all fun and Games. While the quadrennial sports gathering has been notably free of major incidents, authorities here have questioned and detained numerous people for various infractions...

Pence does not rule out meeting with North Korean officials during Asia trip

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — Vice President Pence refused to rule out the possibility of meeting with North Korea during his five-day trip to Asia this week. Asked to respond to comments Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made earlier Monday in Peru, in which he seemed to allow for a potential meeting between Pence and […]

Father of Otto Warmbier, who died after being held in North Korea, will attend the Olympics Opening Ceremonies

SEOUL — Fred Warmbier, the father of Otto Warmbier, an American student who was jailed in North Korea and who died last year after returning to the United States, will attend the Olympics Opening Ceremonies as a guest of Vice President Pence this week. Pence will leave Monday for a five-day trip to Japan and […]

TFB WINTER GAMES: A Look At The Biathlon Event

With the closing ceremonies only a few days away, the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is drawing to a end. Unfortunately, for those who don’t run in specific snow-shooting-sports circles, the Winter Games that come around...Show More Summary

North Korea has held his dad for nearly 50 years

2 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

For Seoul resident Hwang In-cheol, 50, the North's presence at the Winter Games is a reminder that his father has been held captive since 1969.        

South Korea Strengthens Grid to Take On More Renewables

South Korea took action this month to strengthen its grid in preparation for a major boost in renewable energy generation. At the beginning of the month the state-owned Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) picked U.S. infrastructure...Show More Summary

Thanks to the iPhone X, Apple is beating Samsung in its own back yard

While Apple has successfully beaten Samsung in the worldwide flagship smartphone market for years, there's always been one country that was impossible to crack: South Korea. Samsung is such a big part of the country -- the company'sShow More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About Madison Chock and Evan Bates’ Relationship

4 hours agoNews : NewsFeed

Viewers of the 2018 Winter Olympics Games were heartbroken after Team USA ice dancers Madison Chock and Evan Bates both fell during their long program to John Lennon’s “Imagine” at the ice rink in PyeongChang, South Korea on Monday, effectively saying goodbye to any chance of winning a medal at this year’s Olympics. This isn’t…

The Olympics Brought North and South Korea Together. But Hope for a Unified Korea Is ‘Withering Away’

"I think most younger South Koreans are not in any kind of thrall about what this means for unification"

Nigeria And Jamaica Just Made Winter Olympics History

5 hours agoNews : Trending Now

Bobsledders from Nigeria and Jamaica made history at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Tuesday.

Condoms to Condos: What Becomes of an Olympic Village Once the Games Are Over?

This week, the Olympic village in Pyeongchang, South Korea, is a bustling community where thousands of the world's best athletes eat, sleep, and, um, find a way to use more than three dozen condoms apiece. But what happens to an Olympic village once the Games leave town? READ MORE »

Speedskater for N. Korea Has a Really Rough Race

In his defense, Jong Kwang Bom is only 17 and "clearly" had no business lining up to race as an Olympic speedskater for North Korea, per a post at USA Today. But race he did, and things did not end well. Jong fell almost immediately after the start of his...

BLOODY NOSE? The U.S. is to deploy new attack drones in South Korea that could be used to kill North…

BLOODY NOSE? The U.S. is to deploy new attack drones in South Korea that could be used to kill North Korean leaders and launch pinpoint strikes on its missile launch pads. The Gray Eagle is an improved version of the MQ-1 Predator, the leading U.S. medium-altitude unmanned aerial vehicle, and has both strike and reconnaissance […]

Breezy Johnson to race in Olympic downhill

Wyoming native Breezy Johnson will race Monday night in the Olympic downhill event in South Korea        

North Korean Cyber Army Poses Increasing Risks As It Expands Its Global Reach, Cybersecurity Group Warns

5 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

Much of North Korea's resources are poured into the development of nuclear weapons and cyberespionage.

S. Korea's Moon urges 'stern' response to new US tariffs

South Korean President Moon Jae-in called Monday for a "stern" response to new US tariffs on the South's exports as concern grew over looming trade restrictions by Washington. US President Donald Trump last week threatened retaliatory...Show More Summary

The US and North Korea look like they'll get right back into a nuclear standoff after the Olympics

The US, South Korea, and North Korea are all expected to return to old tricks after the Olympics with military drills and possibly missile or nuclear tests. North Korea reached out to South Korea ahead of the games, but said it could...Show More Summary

North Korean Leader's Sister Sparks Pregnancy Rumors in South Korea

6 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

North Korea's ruling family may soon be welcoming a new member, according to sources in Seoul.

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