South Korea has spent 240 million won ($223,237) on Kim Yo Jong and her entourage for their visit at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
A secret meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean leaders at the Olympics was canceled abruptly earlier this month.
The scandals rocking Latvia's banking system are the latest in a series of crises for the former Soviet state.
FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia speaks about North Korean cybersecurity operations growing in scale and the new "rules of engagement" for cyber risks from those groups and those from places like Russia and Iran.
The ECB stopped payments by one of Latvia's largest banks on Monday, after its liquidity position collapsed following allegations from U.S. authorities.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla takes a rare look inside Korea's demilitarized zone.
"When something is deemed particularly important ... North Korea finds a way of getting what it needs for it."
Japanese Prime Minister Abe and President Trump will keep up the pressure on North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and missile programs.
North Korea has become a wellspring for entrepreneurs despite Kim Jong Un's totalitarian regime.
South Korea approved a $2.64 million budget to cover the costs of hosting the North Koreans during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
North Korea won't give up its nukes, and Americans shouldn't fall for the regime's charm offensive, top intelligence officials say.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats sounds the alarm to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
U.S. President Donald Trump told Russian President Vladimir Putin that more needs to be done to scrap Pyongyang's nuclear program.
President Trump's fiscal 2019 budget request would add thousands of troops and support modernization of the nation's nuclear triad.
Critics slam The New York Times' coverage of Kim Jong Un's sister at the Olympics. But Times CEO Mark Thompson calls it 'good reporting.'
The athletes are under more scrutiny but also have a wider audience, says Apolo Ohno, American speed skater talking about the changing landscape of Olympic coverage, with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla.
The U.S. may hold discussions with North Korea even as it continues enforcing sanctions, Vice President Mike Pence says.
Restrictions on the freedom of information, and the media, in North Korea are the most stringent in the world.
South Korea has racked up losses from hosting the Winter Olympics, says economics professor.
South Korea would have to set tough terms before holding a summit meeting with North Korea, says Stephen Nagy, senior associate professor at the International Christian University.