A blunder that caused more than a million people in Hawaii to fear that they were about to be struck by a nuclear missile fed skepticism Sunday about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency.
North Korea's state-run media say U.S. President Donald Trump's tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than leader Kim Jong Un's is the "spasm of a lunatic."
Many fear a possible war between North Korea and the United States, but there are plenty of reasons not to panic.
Bilateral talks between North Korea and South Korea – as well as the upcoming Winter Olympics – might open up a new avenue for peace in the region.
The two Koreas' rare talks took place at the same place where North Korean soldiers recently sprayed bullets at a colleague who was making a dash for freedom.
The rival Koreas will sit down for their first formal talks in more than two years next week to find ways to cooperate on the Winter Olympics.
Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet? President Donald Trump said he is open to talking with the North Korean leader he has called "Little Rocket Man."
No matter where one sits on the political spectrum, there is a broad consensus that the U.S. will face many foreign policy challenges in 2018.
83 percent of Japanese respondents and 82 percent of U.S. respondents view the regime in North Korea as a potential threat.
The Trump administration blamed North Korea for the massive WannaCry ransomware outbreak Monday night in an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.