On birthday of Kim Il Sung, protesters burn effigies of DPRK's holy trinity
A group of South Koreans marked the birth of North Korea founder Kim Il Sung by burning effigies of the Kim family in protest on Monday.
North Korea marks founder Kim Il Sung's birthday
North Korea marks the 101st birthday of its founder Kim Il Sung amid high tensions over the country's nuclear program.
Kerry talks Korean crisis in Japan
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived Sunday in Japan, the final stop of his four-day Asian tour, for talks amid heightened Korean tensions.
REVIEW: New PSY video 'Gentleman' can't live up to 'Gangnam' legacy (VIDEO)
South Korean rapper PSY releases 'Gentleman,' follow-up to 'Gangnam Style,' but it might leave you wanting.
With North Korean threats, is South Korea safe for investment?
South Korean President Park Geun-hye reassured foreign investors despite talk from the North.
Tokyo threatened as Kerry warns North Korea against 'huge mistake'
On a visit to South Korea, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned North Korea that launching any missile would be "a huge mistake."
Chatter: Kerry warns North Korea
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in South Korea for talks about its increasingly bellicose neighbor, Cyprus needs (even more) money, Russia isn't happy to star on Washington's new human rights blacklist, and behold, the deadly beaver.
Who pays for North Korea's mind games?
Pyongyang has inflicted significant economic harm on South Korea without firing a shot.
Will a Korean conflict go nuclear?
And other pressing questions.
North Korea likely capable of firing nuclear-armed missiles, says Pentagon's spy agency
The Pentagon's findings mark the US government's first public confirmation that North Korea may have succeeded in its effort to miniaturize a nuclear device that could be fixed on
Musing about policies toward China, North Korea, Israel and Cuba
Commentary: How Kerry can influence change in outdated US thinking.
North Korean intelligence agency blamed for South Korea cyberattack
South Korean investigators say they have traced last month's cyberattack on banks and broadcasters to North Korea's military intelligence unit.
Kim Jong Un, the Nigerian
The mayor of a northern Nigerian town awarded Supreme Leader Kim honorary citizenship, citing his great wisdom and guiding hand against the imperialist powers.
Chinese tourism companies ordered to halt overland travel to North Korea amid tensions
Tour companies at North Korea and China's biggest border crossing were ordered to suspend trips owing to Pyongyang's war rhetoric.
Chatter: North Korea is a 'vital threat'
South Korea raises its alert level in the face of mounting danger from North Korea, Iran feels the aftershocks of yesterday's powerful earthquake, Israel may be operating in Syria, and Imelda Marcos likes her men in drag.
US official: North Korea ready to fire missile whenever (VIDEO)
Will North Korea make good on its threats?
UN's Ban warns Korea situation may be 'uncontrollable'
Mounting concern over tensions in the Koreas.
South Korea's first female president unlikely to address women's issues
Analysis: Despite campaign promises that indicated solidarity with women, Park Geun-hye doesn't seem to have a feminist agenda.
More bellicose rhetoric from Pyongyang as US tries to calm tensions
North Korea issues another threatening statement and Japan deploys anti-missile defense systems in Tokyo, all while the US takes a new approach to calm tensions.
How North Korea has been helping South Korea by threatening to blow them up
The weakness of the won helps South Korean exporters in light of declining yen.
Obituary: Korea's unification movement (1998-2013)
Now that North Korea has recalled its workers from the Kaesong Industrial Zone it's farewell to hope for a peaceful unification, at least for now.
Chatter: A North Korean nuclear test isn't so imminent after all
South Korea backtracks on its claim that North Korea appeared to be preparing a nuclear test, Syria's capital is car-bombed, Chile's national poet is exhumed, and in Gaza, it's a short back and sides or nothing.
South Korea walks back on claims North is preparing missile test
South Korean official says he misspoke when he earlier warned that his nation felt a new North Korean nuclear test was imminent.
Fidel Castro warns North Korea not to risk nuclear warfare with US, South
Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary leader, has warned longtime ally North Korea that it should not risk a war which could "affect more than 70 percent of the world's population."
US military servicemen off the hook in South Korea
The a raft of incidents last month kicked off March 2, when a soldier in central Seoul randomly fired a BB gun in a crowded area.
North Korea moves missiles, warns foreign embassies to evacuate
North Korea now has two missiles in place on its east coast, according to South Korea.
All quiet on the northern front
Some South Koreans are on edge over North Korean war talk. But for many, it's business as usual.
Chatter: North Korea has 2 missiles ready to go
North Korea moves another missile into position on its east coast, Shanghai closes its poultry markets over bid flu fears, Hollywood bids farewell to one of its best-loved critics, and kids: don't smoke the flowers.
North Korea: Is there reason to hope?
What are the chances we’re about to see a Deng Xiaoping-style transformation of the North Korean economy?
North Korea tensions: Is Obama to blame?
As Pyongyang and Washington toy with nuclear war, some question whether the Obama administration pushed the war games too far.
North Korea conflict: A timeline in memes
Confused by all the movement going on in the Koreas lately? Not to worry, GlobalPost is here to bring you an illustrated timeline of recent events — with a special twist.