North Korea Threatens to Resume Nuke Tests: "There's a Limit to Our Patience"

They claim last weekend's talks designed to kickstart stalled negotiations on denuclearization failed because the U.S. came to the table “empty-handed”


5 Reasons Trump Should Be Way More Concerned About North Korea's Submarine Missile Launch

Successfully launching a missile from a sub takes North Korea a step closer to a solid-fuel ICBM that can strike the United States.


North Korea Nuke Talks Are Restarting This Week. Experts Are Not Hopeful of a Breakthrough

Trump's former National Security Advisor John Bolton says they're futile: Kim Jong-un "will never give up the nuclear weapons voluntarily."


North Korea Is Building Its Own Bitcoin

The currency will be “more like bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies,” said the official in charge of North Korea’s cryptocurrency conferences.


North Korea Said It Wants to Restart Nuclear Talks. Then It Tested Two More Missiles.

North Korea's short-range arsenal doesn't cross Washington's red line, but the missiles could hit U.S. allies Japan and South Korea.


It Looks Like North Korea Is Building a Submarine That Can Launch Nuclear Missiles

New satellite images "suggest North Korea is making real progress in developing a second leg of the nuclear triad."


Why The FBI Arrested the Hacker Who Saved the World From WannaCry

He stopped a global ransomware heist, but the feds just wanted to flip him.


North Korea Just Fired Some More Missiles a Few Days After Trump Said It's NBD

The barrage comes just a week after North Korea’s last short-range missile test, which was the first by the Hermit Kingdom in two months.


Kim Jong Un Released Pictures of the “Super Powerful” Missiles He Fired as a “Solemn Warning”

South Korea officials believe they were similar to Russia’s Iskander missiles, which fly close to the ground before dropping at a 90-degree angle on their targets to avoid being intercepted.


Man in Japan Faces Charges After Selling $3 North Korean Beer for $148

The seemingly innocent grift of reselling a beer allegedly violated Japan's Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act.


Their Son Died After Being Held by North Korea. Now They Want a $500M Ship as Payment.

Otto Warmbier's parents are suing to use the 17,601-ton ship as partial payment of the $500 million settlement that North Korea owes them


North Korea Just Released the Australian Student Who Went Missing Last Week

"I'm OK, I'm OK, yeah. I'm good. I'm very good ... I'm great."