Ongoing North Korea tensions carry long-term consequences for the region, Singapore's prime minister told CNBC on Thursday.
Amb. Nicholas Burns, Harvard Kennedy School professor, provides insight to North Korea's nuclear threat and the impact of U.S. sanctions.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that threats to start war with North Korea are "dangerous and short-sighted."
North Korea is so weak, its economy might not last long under tough U.N. sanctions, a high-ranking defector said.
President Donald Trump's apparent willingness to exit a pact with Iran could undermine any negotiations with another adversary: North Korea.
A North Korea envoy warned that the situation "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment."
North Korean race-goers who once risked three years hard labor for gambling are now able to bet on local horse races.
North Korea made a new threat against the U.S. territory of Guam even as it considers an atmospheric hydrogen bomb test over the Pacific.
More North Korean nuclear missile tests are inevitable. Investors can prepare for them using a simple rule.
A series of tremors and landslides near North Korea's nuclear test base likely mean the country's sixth and largest blast has destabilized the region.
White House chief of staff John Kelly says the job is the hardest he's ever had — but he has no plans to leave, yet.
Trump's strategy of issuing obscure threats against North Korea like "calm before the storm" isn't working, says retired Gen. Wesley Clark.
The North Korean hackers used a spear phishing attack, which involves sending emails containing malicious links to people.
Sung-Yoon Lee, Korean studies professor, The Fletcher School Tufts University, says North Korea has been able to keeps its nuclear and missile programs going while it also uses sophisticated espionage to pursue its diplomatic goals.
Americans are more threatened by student debt than by Kim Jong Un, according to a survey.
This combination of tourism and nuclear weapons is emblematic of Kim Jong Un's strategy for survival, say researchers and people familiar with the project.
North Korean hackers are believed to have stolen a large amount of classified military documents, including a South Korean and U.S. plan to "decapitate" North Korea's leadership.
Rep. Ron DeSantis says Kim's status as North Korea's dictator is "an accident of birth."
Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-Fla.) discusses available options available to the U.S. to use against North Korea's Kim Jong Un. It might not be conventional military options. We have cyber capabilities, says Rep. DeSantis.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has reportedly said he would be prepared to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in an attempt to bring "permanent peace" to the Korean Peninsula.