Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un

North Korea: U.S. Is ‘World’s Biggest Terrorist Sponsor’

North Korea’s state media have turned the tables on the United States, accusing America of being the “world’s biggest terrorist sponsor” after the State Department officially issued that label to the rogue communist state.

This undated picture released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on April 26, 2017 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) attending the combined fire demonstration of the services of the Korean People's Army in celebration of its 85th founding anniversary at the airport of eastern front. …

Report: Kim Jong-Un Killed Uncle and Half-Brother to Foil Chinese Coup Plot

A Japanese magazine called Nikkei Asian Review reported this week that North Korea’s chilly relations with its longtime patron China are due, in part, to a Chinese plan that would have eliminated North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and replaced him with his half-brother Kim Jong-nam.

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North Korea to Tillerson: We Are Ready for ‘Any War the U.S. Would Like’

North Korea’s foreign ministry warned Monday that its government is prepared to go to war with the United States, following remarks from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in which he said the Trump administration was prepared for a military engagement with the communist dictatorship should they strike U.S. allies.

A members of the UMNO (United Malays National Organization) Youth holds up a placard as they gather to protest against the killing of Kim Jong Nam outside North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. North Korea denied Thursday that its agents masterminded the assassination of the …

‘Diplomatic Breakdown’: North Korea Bans Malaysians from Leaving Country

North Korea responded to Malaysia’s expulsion of its ambassador and tighter restrictions on North Korean travel by announcing a travel ban of its own. In classic North Korean style, their travel ban prevents Malaysians from leaving Pyongyang, effectively taking all of them hostage.

Kang Chol, North Korea's ambassador to Malaysia, approaches journalists outside the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on February 20, 2017

World View: Malaysia Expels North Korean Ambassador as Relations Deteriorate

Contents: Malaysia expels North Korea’s ambassador Kang Chol; Malaysia accused of fronting North Korean weapons sales; Kim Han-sol, son of Kim Jong-nam, under guard to prevent North Korean assassination; New sanctions indicate China is running out of patience with Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong Nam, the older half brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, is seen in this handout picture taken on June 4, 2010, provided by Joongang Ilbo and released by News1 on February 14, 2017. Joongang Ilbo/News1 via REUTERS

North Korea: Kim Jong-Nam Died from Heart Attack, Not WMD

The strange saga of Kim Jong-nam’s death in Malaysia continues to unfold. The two women who allegedly exposed him to lethal VX nerve agent are charged with murder, and a North Korean held in the case is released and deported. The North Korean government, which is seeking to claim Kim’s remains, is asserting that he died of a heart attack.

This undated photo released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on November 11, 2016 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) at the defence detachment on Mahap Islet in Ongjin County, South Hwanghae. / AFP / KCNA / KNS / South Korea OUT / REPUBLIC OF KOREA …

ZUMWALT: The North Korea-Iran Link Will Test Trump

February has proven to be a big month for North Korea. In two very different but frightening ways, it has demonstrated a capability to strike out at targets. It has made clear no one is safe should Pyongyang wish to reach out and touch—or kill—someone.