South Korean officials 'certain' victim is half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Victim named as 46-year-old Kim Chol in passport, officials say.
Security Council says missile launch Saturday and last October violate sanctions and threaten peace.
Pyongyang' first missile launch of 2017 comes as Trump reaffirms close alliance with Japan.
AEI scholar says a sustained, multifaceted effort at 'threat reduction' needed after 25 years of failed nuclear negotiations with Pyongyang.
Pyongyang’s old standby mobilization method finds fewer takers than before.
Andrei Lankov says North Korea will behave more rationally now that it must deal with an unpredictable Trump administration.
Domestic products are being passed over in favor of more expensive products imported from China.
The products were left behind in the industrial park when South Korea pulled out following North Korean nuke and missile tests.
Designed to bring in foreign currency for Pyongyang, the restaurants are attracting fewer customers as UN sanctions take hold.
A North Korea expert and former US negotiator says Kim Jong Un should forgo weapons tests and return to talks.
A shortage of chemical fertilizer this year means residents must be mobilized to work in the fields instead of going shopping.
Even the highest rated countries in the region are still corrupt.
Jan. 7 killings in Yanggang province were apparently sparked by bullying of young conscript, sources said.
Chinese and North Korean Traders are quietly shipping popular South Korean ramen and specialty barbecue sauces, a show of Seoul's soft power that bothers Pyongyang.
Expert says North Korea advertises and exaggerates its missile plans because it wants to make the U.S. feel threatened.