Authorities seek to control the narrative on important political events in December.
An orbiting satellite may have North Korea’s elite elated, but ordinary citizens feel deflated.
The atmosphere during the official period of mourning for the anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s death is mixed with celebration over the satellite launch, sources say.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un urges more satellite launches after the Kwangmyongsong-3 is sent into space.
Pyongyang may have had other motives behind a recent rocket launch than a mere show of strength.
State media says Pyongyang has launched a rocket that carried a satellite into orbit.
Satellite images indicate North Korea's Unha-3 has been removed from its launch pad to fix technical problems.
The isolated regime cites technical problems as the reason for the setback and extends the window for a liftoff.
North Koreans in the capital lack power as a new dam is hit by the dry season.
North Korea turns to food donations to feed soldiers and workers.
Allies of North Korea say a rocket launch would go against a UN resolution.
Defiant North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime says it's eyeing a rocket launch this month.
North Korea’s move against the ex-military chief comes as a new armed forces minister is appointed.
Critical food shortages may be hampering planned economic changes in North Korea, sources say.
North Korea is trying to step up coal production at a former notorious political prison camp.
Trade is booming between China and North Korea and much of it is driven by a link between two northeastern cities.
US groups collaborate to keep watch over North Korea’s notorious political prison camps using satellite imagery.
Isolated North Korea ramps up restrictions on cell phones smuggled in from China.
North Koreans of all ages are being enlisted to construct pricey memorials to the country’s leaders.
The isolated North Korean regime turns to selling burial grounds as a way to earn foreign currency.
The cost of salt in North Korea skyrockets ahead of winter.
A documentary on the hardships facing North Korean defectors comes to Washington.
North Korea plans to move its war operations center.
US lawmakers vote to remove barriers for adopting North Korean refugee orphans.
Slow trains in North Korea bring pain and gain.
Floods and power shortages challenge North Korea’s water supply system.
Flooding in North Korea has pushed housewives to brave treacherous conditions while entering China.
The US's North Korean Human Rights Act will last through 2017.
An identification card update will mean more controls over the citizens of North Korea.
North Korean education authorities mobilize students on summer break to pick berries that are sold to China.