April 2, 2013 The hot rhetoric continues. North Korea says it will resume work at a facility that had been shut down after disarmament talks. The North now views its nuclear program as non-negotiable, experts say.
April 1, 2013 The United States has sent two F-22 Raptor fighter jets to take part military drills in South Korea, a move a Pentagon spokesman told the AP is meant to show U.S. commitment to the defense of the region from its North Korean neighbor.
March 28, 2013 In rare move clearly aimed at North Korea, the U.S. command in the South announced the practice bomb run by the Missouri-based B-2s.
March 21, 2013 That doesn't necessarily mean that China was behind the attack. There is a possibility that North Korean hackers launched the attack from China.
March 15, 2013 North Korea has been increasingly hostile, warning of a preemptive nuclear strike on the U.S.
March 5, 2013 "In the interest of stopping the Korean conflict, with its great toil of suffering and bloodshed," all sides agreed to the ceasefire. They also agreed to work on a "peaceful settlement of the Korean question." That work remains unfinished.
December 19, 2012 Park Geun-hye will not only be the first woman to lead the Asian nation, she's also the daughter of a military dictator who ruled for nearly two decades.
September 2, 2012 Moon had been hospitalized in South Korea two week ago with pneumonia. He was 92 years old.
April 13, 2012 The disintegration of North Korea's latest long-range missile shortly after liftoff today increases the likelihood that the communist nation will resume testing nuclear weapons or take other provocative steps to show its strength, analysts say.
November 22, 2011 Angered by the ruling party's successful push to ratify a free trade deal with the U.S., a South Korean lawmaker doused the parliament's speaker.
October 11, 2011 Like all able-bodied South Korean men, he's required to serve in the nation's military. "I'm sorry to make such a fuss while leaving," Rain told a large crowd. "I'll be back from my duties soon."
August 17, 2011 In July, a South Korean court awarded $932 in damages to a man who sued Apple over the iPhone's ability to track users' location — and store the data for up to a year. Now, around 27,000 South Koreans are making the same complaint, and seeking the same award.