As North Korea tests its expanding arsenal of deadly weapons, millions of its most vulnerable people face grave food shortages.
After almost five decades of searching, a Romanian woman finally gets news of her North Korean husband. But questions remain.
Tensions escalate over an inter-Korean economic zone launched during a period of relative detente.
Relatives of two U.S. journalists jailed in North Korea make a new plea for clemency.
The Security Council unanimously approves tighter new sanctions on Pyongyang, but how will they be enforced?
North Korea sets the stage for the appointment of a successor to leader Kim Jong Il.
Two U.S. journalists are sentenced to 12 years' hard labor in North Korea. Will they have to serve that time?
Nighttime raids and mandatory jamming devices curb North Koreans' already limited access to foreign media.
North Korea announces the trial of two U.S. journalists, and analysts say the move signals a bid for direct talks with Washington.