The thousands of inmates languishing in North Korea's prison camps endure the worst the regime has to offer, according to former camp guards.
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President Donald Trump offered a bit of praise Saturday to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
North Korea threatened Sunday to sink the U.S. nuclear-powered submarine deployed to South Korean waters.
The White House national security adviser helped smooth things over with South Korea Sunday after President Donald Trump suggested that Seoul should foot the bill for ballistic missile defense.
A new policy gives female airmen 12 months to decide whether or not they want to stay in the service after giving birth, the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) revealed Thursday.
A U.S. service member was killed Saturday near Mosul, Iraq.
North Korea launched a ballistic missile Friday, but the weapon failed.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said "business as usual" with North Korea "is not an option" Thursday, at a special session of the United Nations Security Council.
President Donald Trump said Thursday that "major" conflict with North Korea is "absolutely" possible, but he hopes to resolve the situation peacefully and diplomatically.
North Korea has yet to conduct a sixth nuclear test, and the reason may be China.
A U.S. admiral said Thursday the situation in Korea is becoming increasingly dangerous as the North moves to advance its weapons program and develop a long-range nuclear missile.
A Swedish startup has created the world's first interactive virtual reality model of North Korea's capital, Pyongyang.
China launched its second aircraft carrier Wednesday.
The U.S. military successfully test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Wednesday.
The Trump administration will brief both the Senate and the House on its strategy for North Korea Wednesday.
China convicted a U.S. businesswoman of espionage Tuesday, sentencing her to three and a half years in prison.
A crazy conspiracy theory about Taylor Swift made its way around the internet in China recently.
North Korea may be raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars whenever it brings foreign journalists into the country for its major celebrations.
North Korea is nearing the "point of no return" as the reclusive regime prepares for a possible sixth nuclear test, Chinese media reports.