North Korea's latest launch tried to simulate a sneak attack, but the US reportedly saw it coming

North Korea's latest launch was at night — which many consider to have been a demonstration that it could launch a surprise attack.  But US intelligence sources reportedly said they knewthree days in advance and watched the missile preparation. Knowing in advance gives the US time to evaluate the proper response. North Korea launched its latest ICBM in the dead of night, which many analysts have interpreted as an attempt to show the US that they could launch a surprise nuclear attack on the US...

A fishing deal with China could be the reason North Korean 'ghost ships' are flooding Japan

Dozens of boats containing dead bodies from North Korea have washed up on Japan's west coast recently. Experts say this could be due to a...

North Korean defector transferred to military hospital

The North Korean soldier, 24-year-old Oh Chong Song, was transferred to the military hospital on Friday from a trauma center at Ajou University...

The mysterious lives of the 3 kids who are believed to be Kim Jong Un's

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is believed to have three children with his wife Ri Sol-ju. There are few details on the kids, but they're...

US Naval Academy discovers 150 year-old battle flags taken from Kim Jong Un's ancestors

The US Naval Academy just discovered a bloody link to the history of North Korea's Kim dynasty. In the 1870s, the US captured forts in Korea and...

North Korea unmoved as world unites against its nuke ambitions

North Korea's friends and enemies joined forces Friday in opposing its determination to be recognized as a nuclear weapons state and calling on...