Several media reports in South Korea suggest female assassins attacked Kim Jong Nam with 'poison needles.'
North Korea's latest missile test proves it soon will have an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the US.
Donald Trump's restrained reaction to Pyongyang's first ballistic missile launch on his watch underscores that he has few good options to curb its missile and nuclear programs.
North Korea said it had successfully test-fired a new type medium-to-long-range ballistic missile on Sunday.
Despite campaign vows to take a tougher line with North Korea, President Donald Trump's reaction to Pyongyang has been restrained.
Alastair Newton of Alavan Business Advisory says the key question is how the U.S. will respond to the missile test.
The rogue nation fired a ballistic missile into the sea early on Sunday, but it didn't appear to be an ICBM.
An analysis of satellite images shows a new and larger missile-related facility.
On the bumpy road to North Korea's top ski resort, work gangs hack and shovel the fresh snowfall to clear the route.
The "back-breaking," "bone-chilling" handiwork is a product of the authoritarian state, NBC News reports.
The launch would be a major step in country's goal of targeting the U.S. mainland, NBC reports.
The United States has seen indications that North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch in the coming days or weeks.
North Korea declared on Sunday it can test-launch an intercontinental ballistic missile at any time from any location.
Trump gave no indication of how he might roll back North Korea's weapons programs after he takes office on Jan. 20.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned the launching of an intercontinental ballistic missile is at the final stage.
Some experts warn Kim Jong Un may soon have a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the West Coast of the U.S., NBC News reports.
Pyongyang aims to bring together the Korean Peninsula under one communist party-led state.
Will Trump go for that burger with North Korea's leader to discuss the reclusive nation's nuclear ambitions like he suggested?
Heritage Foundation's Bruce Klingner says Kim Jong-un could take advantage of a weakened President Park Geun-hye and test President-elect Donald Trump.
According to a Hong Kong newspaper, North Korea requested that ally China crack down on use of the nickname "Kim Fatty III."