The United States and other major powers urged the North to abandon its nuclear program and return to talks.
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly acknowledged that the food situation in the secretive country is troubling amid reports of shortages.
President Joe Biden repudiated his predecessor's approach to North Korea and said his goal was to achieve a "total denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula.
U.S. President Joe Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in meet in Washington on Friday.
The reasons for the ongoing global chip shortage, which is set to last into 2022 and possibly 2023, are complex and multifaceted.
The statements come after the White House on Friday said U.S. officials had completed a months-long review of North Korean policy.
Stanford University's Gi-Wook Shin says it is still early to predict if South Korea's opposition party will regain power in 2022 despite its landmark win in the mayoral by-elections.
Washington should convene a U.N. Security Council meeting at the very least and talk about better enforcing existing sanctions, says Duyeon Kim, an adjunct senior fellow at Center for a New American Security.
The string of tests comes as Pyongyang ignores invitations from Washington to discuss denuclearization.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday sacked yet another central bank chief, the third to be fired in two years.
Mun Chol Myong, the first ever North Korean national extradited to the United States, is accused of defrauding U.S. banks and laundering money to evade sanctions.
The Biden administration will have very little leverage when it comes to talking China into cooperating on North Korea and other regional issues, says Bruce Bechtol from Angelo State University.
Victor Cha of CSIS, and a former director for Asian affairs at the White House National Security Council, says the U.S. and its allies are merely trying to reestablish the rules-based status quo in Asia Pacific rather than coerce a counter to China.
Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, sent an eerie message to President Biden and the U.S.
Last year, the allies canceled their springtime drills after some of their troops were infected with the coronavirus.
Countries rich in natural resources have become increasingly protectionist over the past year as Covid-19 threatened their economies, a new study has shown.
The Justice Department has announced new charges against crypto hackers in North Korea. CNBC's Eamon Javers speaks with Justice Department Assistant Attorney General of National Security John Demers about how they caught the hackers and the language in the indictment. They also discuss the SolarWinds hack.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on an unsealed indictment against North Korean intelligence officials that allegedly targeted cryptocurrency exchanges.
Officials said the charges expand a case from 2018 that detailed the cyberattack on Sony Pictures and the creation of the ransomware known as WannaCry.
Google believes that hackers in North Korea are pretending to be cybersecurity bloggers and targeting security researchers on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Telegram.