Relief costs rise after North Korea increases its estimates of flood casualties and damages.
One of North Korea’s four gold medals at the London Olympics was won with help from foreign training funding.
North Korean athletes are regurgitating political rhetoric at the London Olympic Games.
The UN says more food shortages are likely after heavy rains batter North Korea.
North Korean women face injury and even death from malpractice during the back-alley procedures.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's wife's debut marks a break with the past.
North Korea calls for a system of checks after its team is identified with the South Korean flag.
A South Korean broadcasting official will discuss coverage of the upcoming Olympics in the North.
A new report documents North Korea’s security apparatus that maintains a police state.
Official media says the top military official has been relieved of all posts because of 'illness.'
North Korea’s soldiers are finding it tough raising animals and planting crops to feed themselves.
North Korea has launched a probe into the sale of state-issued fertilizer.
The North Korean leader, sources say, displays concern for the people’s welfare in impromptu departures from his planned itineraries.
A new report sheds light on a caste system in North Korea assigned at birth.
North Koreans say South Korean signals are becoming more difficult to access.
More foreign content is flowing into the country, a new report says.
Authorities in North Korea find banned South Korean videos are popping up in new places.
North Korea detains university students over a failed rocket launch.
A former political prisoner recounts life in the North Korean labor camp where he was born.
Beijing takes the rare step of strongly condemning North Korea's defiant rocket launch at the U.N. Security Council.
North Korea's untested leader Kim Jong Un faces his first major challenge after a failed rocket launch.
The U.N. Security Council reacts to Pyongyang's defiant but unsuccessful rocket launch.
Pyongyang's defiant move to be discussed at U.N. Security Council.
A human rights envoy says Washington wants Beijing to release North Korean detainees.
North Koreans question a planned satellite launch, saying some citizens can't have even two meals a day.
An NGO slams the US decision to suspend food aid to North Korea.
They say that a satellite launch should not derail U.S. plans to deliver food to North Korea.
Activists fear they will face persecution if repatriated to North Korea.
North Korea says it will launch a satellite in what critics contend is a long-range missile test.
The campaign is aimed at punishing families of those who flee the country.