What ordinary North Koreans may be thinking after Jang Song Taek's execution
Avunculicide in Pyongyang: Reading between the lines of Kim's uncle's 'confession.'
North Korea's top 5 insults against Kim Jong Un's uncle Jang
'Despicable human scum Jang, who was worse than a dog.' And other names he was called.
North Korea execution: The nation is sliding into chaos. Or it's more stable than ever
Analysis: For a world concerned about a nuclear-tipped rogue state, the news that Kim Jong Un has had his mentor executed is grim.
Kim Jong Un's uncle executed for 'treachery,' North Korean state media reports
The North Korean regime has announced the execution of leader Kim Jong Un's uncle, Jang Song Thaek, who it called 'worse than a dog.'
North Korea media reports Kim Jong Un's uncle has been executed (UPDATED)
Kim Jong Un must now contend with the ousted kingmaker's vast coterie.
Kim Jong Un’s ousted uncle is North Korea's Rob Ford
Before getting the boot, top lieutenant Jang Song Taek enjoyed a life of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, state media reports.
Merrill Newman, American veteran, walks free from North Korea
Newman was met by US embassy staff after his release and put on a flight to San Francisco where he will arrive on Saturday around noon.
China to expel New York Times, Bloomberg journalists: Reports
The apparent move follows the two news organizations' reporting on financial dealings of China's rulers.
Biden time in Asia
Commentary: China is the looming superpower, but with a tradition of taking the long view.
General's (alleged) ouster: How Kim Jong Un wields power
Analysis: He’s the third son in a culture that exalts first sons. But he's the dictator because his dad considered him the toughest. General Jang Song Taek may be his latest victim.
North Korean leader's ousted uncle alive and safe: South Korean minister
The uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is alive and appears to be safe, South Korea's unification minister said.
Maybe Kim Jong Un’s uncle wasn't ousted after all
The South Korean spy agency isn’t exactly a reliable source, as these recent gaffes show.
This is Howard. He's the world's foremost impersonator of Kim Jong Un.
It pays off to look like an evil dictator.
Kim Jong Un, the boss of firing, ousts his uncle
The boy dictator has reportedly ousted his uncle, the top general. In North Korea purges are a fact of life — even for the nation's beloved orchestra.
N. Korean leader's powerbroker uncle, Jang Song Thaek, ousted
South Korea's spy agency told a parliamentary committee that it believed Jang Song Thaek had been removed from all posts.
Turns out almost 70 percent of the world's nations are seriously corrupt
Transparency International's new Corruption Perceptions Index is out, and it doesn't look good. Here are the winners and losers.
North Korea arrests American veteran Merrill Newman (VIDEO)
North Korea arrested 85-year-old American veteran Merrill Newman for "hostile acts" and accused him of being a criminal involved in the killings of civilians during the Korean War.
Global trend to end death penalty is accelerating dramatically
Commentary: China, Iran, North Korea and the US are among the world’s most prolific executioners. Which nation will be the last, lonely outpost of state killing?
Breaking Kim Jong Un: How North Korea became a meth hub
Defectors and a recent bust allege that the drug moves globally, including to the US.
How the Iran nuclear deal matters for North Korea
South Koreans wonder whether their nuclear-armed neighbor will ever follow suit.
North Korea confirms it detained elderly American veteran Merrill Newman
His wife said there must be some misunderstanding as her husband does not fit the usual profile of Americans detained in North Korea.
Why did North Korea detain an American veteran?
The detention of 85-year-old Merrill Newman is perplexing and opaque, even by North Korean standards.
US busts North Korean meth smuggling ring
The United States has charged five men with conspiring to import 100 kilograms of methamphetamine from North Korea to the US.
US Korean War veteran detained in North Korea
Merrill Newman, 85, has been detained in North Korea for over three weeks, with little explanation.
Seoul, South Korea. Where the future begins
A decade ago, science fiction writer William Gibson proclaimed Tokyo the city where the future happens. These days, Seoul is arguably out front.
"No tyranny lasts forever," Mongolian president said in N Korea
Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj praised freedom during his official trip to North Korea late last month.
North Korea publicly executes 80 people for watching movies, owning Bibles: Report
According to a South Korean newspaper, the victims were killed in seven cities across the country on November 3.
Those ‘fake’ North Korean ICBMs may actually be able to reach Seattle
American experts conclude that North Korea’s missile mock-ups are getting ‘scary good.’ (Video)
Kim Jong Un and the birth of a personality cult
The North Korean leader’s numerous laurels include basketball star, fashion icon and honorary Nigerian.
North Korea may be closer to developing an intercontinental ballistic missile, say experts
Ballistic missile mock-ups photographed in Pyongyang in July appeared more advanced than those seen last year, weapons experts said.
North Korea admits that one of its Navy ships has sunk, killing sailors
North Korea has said that one of its naval vessels sank during “combat duties” in October, killing a number of North Korean sailors.