Senate’s bipartisan RESTRICT Act would block tech products like TikTok made in adversarial countries
Senators introduced the bipartisan RESTRICT Act that would block technology products from adversarial countries like China and Russia from being available in the U.S.
US slaps North Korea with new sanctions targeting the 'regime’s global illicit networks'
The Treasury Department slapped three companies and two individuals with fresh sanctions on Wednesday for "illicitly generating revenue" for North Korea.
Biden to meet with President Yoon Suk Yeol in South Korea, tour Samsung factory amid North Korea provocations
President Biden and South Korea's President Yoon Suk Yeol will tour the Samsung Electronics Pyeongtaek Campus, a model for the new Samsung plant in Texas, on the first day of Biden's trip to Asia Friday.
U.S. officials warn about North Korean IT workers posing as freelance contractors
U.S. officials are warnings private companies that North Korean IT workers are attempting to do remote contract work with businesses and funnel the proceeds back to Kim Jong Un’s regime.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un says food situation 'tense' due to pandemic, typhoons
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said the country’s economy improved this year but called for measures to tackle the “tense” food situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic and last year’s typhoons, state media said on Wednesday.
North Korea returns one US dog tag
Sons of missing U.S. Korean War soldier on getting their father's dog tag.
Gordon Chang: The North Koreans need this summit
Will the United States-North Korea summit happen? 'Nuclear Showdown' author Gordon Chang shares insight.
Bolton: Sanctions give NKorea more time to increase arsenal
Former ambassador to the UN speaks out
North Korea’s threats: How past presidents have handled Pyongyang’s rhetoric
North Korea and past presidents
How North Korea does business
North Korea’s economy