48 min ago | The Washington Post
This week we learned that the government had accused journalist James Rosen with a crime for accepting classified information from a source, and that the government also obtained phone records for Rosen's parents.
4 hrs ago | Politico
Until this week, the recent debate over leaks largely fit a familiar frame: Republicans and national security hardliners faulted President Barack Obama's administration for dishing out self-serving national security secrets to news outlets that many conservatives view as liberal.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Star
TOKYO: Japan on Thursday accused a South Korean newspaper of "dishonourable" behaviour for publishing an editorial suggesting the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were "divine punishment". The editorial in the Korean and English versions of the Joongang Ilbo daily on Monday said the 1945 nuclear bombs dropped by US planes, which together ... (more)
6 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.
7 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
There was nothing to eat. Most days, we didn't eat anything,” Kim, 41, said through a translator.
Is the Chinese government's uneasy friendship with North Korea costing it the public's confidence? A curious confluence of recent events involving two fishing vessels suggests that might be the case.
On Monday night, Dennis Rodman celebrated his 52nd birthday at Cheetahs, a gentleman's club in Times Square.
According to a recent unclassified Defense Intelligence Agency report, "DIA assesses with moderate confidence the North currently has nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles." The day the DIA report came out, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel stated that neither Iran nor North Korea is capable of attacking the U.S. with nuclear ... (more)
PYONGYANG, North Korea - After months of ignoring Chinese warnings to give up nuclear weapons, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a high-level confidant to Beijing on Wednesday, in a possible effort to mend strained ties with his country's most important ally and a sign that he may be giving diplomacy a chance.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un dispatched a high-profile official and close confidant to travel to China on Wednesday as a special envoy while Beijing is under pressure to rein in its belligerent neighbor.
In the past year, North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has stated that he will bring an end to decades of strictness in North Korea.
Federal judges should be on notice: The U.S. Justice Department seems fully prepared to stretch the truth – or worse, spread falsehoods – to obtain search warrants.
Arkansas' state treasurer has resigned after federal prosecutors accused her of taking cash payments from a broker who handled a large amount of the state's investment portfolio.
Japan has started looking into resuming inter-governmental talks with North Korea after a surprise visit to Pyongyang by an aide to Japan's prime minister, the and other newspapers said on Wednesday.
U.S. officials say they have identified five men they believe might be behind the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year.
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)
The colorful, electric sign was something of an unusual and unexpected greeting for Briton Simon Cockerell, 35, who this week embarked on a landmark visit to Sinuiju, North Korea's largest border town.