2 hrs ago | The Atlantic
Let's return to the 2009 story that Fox News correspondent James Rosen published on North Korea, kicking off a federal leak investigation and the FBI accusation that he was guilty of criminal conduct.
6 hrs ago | Reuters
Choe Ryong-hae , director of the General Political Bureau of the Korean People's Army of North Korea, walks with Chinese Ambassador Liu Hongcai before departing Pyongyang airport for China, in this May 22, 2013 picture released by the North Korea's KCNA news agency in Pyongyang.
7 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
Ever since a Monday Washington Post article revealed that the Department of Justice investigation into a national security leak included searches of Fox News reporter James Rosen 's email and phone records , the media has been focused on fluffing up comparisons of that case with the unfolding Associated Press leak investigation .
Rodong Sinmun Terms Kwangju Massacre Fascist Violence Pyongyang, May 21 -- Military hooligans turned Kwangju of south Korea into a "bathtub of blood" in May, 33 years ago.
Japan's government is looking into re-opening official talks with North Korea to resolve questions over the abductions of Japanese citizens decades ago, raising concerns among allies who fear Tokyo's focus on that issue might weaken efforts to reign in Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program.
The American Cancer Society - one of the nation's best known and influential health advocacy groups - is 100 years old this week.
Four years ago, Fox News reporter James Rosen wrote a story saying the CIA had learned that North Korea planned to carry out a nuclear test if the UN approved additional sanctions: What's more, Pyongyang's next nuclear detonation is but one of four planned actions the Central Intelligence Agency has learned, through sources inside North Korea, that ... (more)
Officials of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan made public statements on May 16 condemning the south Korean chief executive's sycophantic and country-selling trip to the U.S. Ri Tong Je, chairman of the Association of Koreans in Japan for Peaceful Reunification, denounced the south Korean chief executive for having worked hard to ... (more)
South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-Se speaks during a news conference at the State Department in Washington, April 2, 2013.
The Obama administration's snooping scandal mushroomed yesterday when it was revealed that the Justice Department seized a trove of information about Fox News correspondent James Rosen in an effort to aid a leak investigation - including tracking the reporter's movements in and out of the State Department.
Is there any chance of finding a toehold to break the long-standing impasse on the problem of Japanese abducted by North Korean agents? The effectiveness of the diplomatic strategy of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration is now being tested over the issue.
A firefighter was trapped early Monday in a six-alarm blaze at a Dallas condominium complex, the city's fire department said.
Page 1 of 2 Are Kaesong curtains drawn for good? By Aidan Foster-Carter In a triumph of hope over experience, our last report ended with the cautious thought that new leaders in the two Koreas, each with a dynastic background, might have "a tacit basis for understanding". It is early days yet, but so far 2013 has gone in the opposite direction.
North Korea on Monday fired a projectile into the sea off its east coast for the third day in a row, South Korean officials said, urging Pyongyang to refrain from "tension-creating acts." The South Korean Defense Ministry still needs to analyze exactly what the North fired, said Choi Yong-su, an official in the ministry's spokesperson's office.