President Donald Trump is alienating the critical U.S. ally and trading partner at precisely the wrong time.
Kim Jong Un has made no secret of the fact that his team is working on a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching America.
The president seems to have a soft spot for despots like Kim Jong Un and the Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte, NBC News reports.
"Words matter, and I don't think he's figured that out yet," the Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" investor says of Trump.
Trump is demonstrating a willingness to meet with some of the most notorious leaders on the world stage, at odds with precedent. USA Today reports.
U.S. strategic B-1B bombers flew over the Korean Peninsula this week in a joint drill with the South Korean air force, prompting a strong retort from North Korea.
As a candidate, Trump had expressed similar willingness to meet the North Korean leader.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo made an unannounced visit to South Korea as tensions remain elevated on the Korean P
President Donald Trump had said Seoul should pay for the $1-billion battery designed to defend against North Korea.
President Donald Trump told Reuters a major conflict with North Korea is possible, but he prefers a diplomatic outcome. He also shared thoughts on Taiwan.
China has warned North Korea it could impose unilateral sanctions in the event of another nuclear test by Pyongyang.
A growing number of North Korea elites think Kim Jong Un is a weak leader, according to research from the Rand Corporation.
Conditions are ripe to prepare for Korean peninsula unification, said Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at Rand.
With tensions rising, experts warn that a limited nuclear attack can be survivable, with a few precautions. NBCNews reports.
North Korea will continue its nuclear program and the U.S. cannot count on China to deter the threat, experts told a Senate panel Tuesday.
Graham says Trump will not "let" Kim Jong Un make a missile that could reach the U.S.
The White House is hosting the entire U.S. senate this Wednesday.
Beijing appears to be sending fresh signals about its view on North Korea, in order to convince Trump to take less aggressive action.
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for all sides to exercise restraint in a telephone call about North Korea with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.) talks about the mounting geopolitical drama in North Korea and how China could help ease tensions.