Matthew Todd Miller was charged with “hostile acts.”
In an interview, a detainee asked for a special envoy to negotiate their release.
A top military official said North Korea would "fire our nuclear-armed rockets" if provoked.
Matthew Todd Miller and Jeffrey Edward Fowle entered the country as tourists.
The House majority leader called the president's foreign policy "indecisive and confused."
The United States and China will hold talks next week to discuss North Korea’s nuclear threats, the...
The drone fell on an island during an exchange of artillery fire.
Obama said his commitment to security of Japan and South Korea was "unwavering."
A spokeswoman said officials welcomed a report by the U.N. Council Commission of Inquiry.
It is the second time Pyongyang disinvited the envoy.
The former basketball star reportedly offered luxury gifts to North Korea's dictator.
The former NBA great suggested an American detained in North Korea deserved to be there.
"It will be the first combined field combat unit to carry out wartime operations."
"We're very committed to that region,” Rear Adm. John Kirby told reporters.
North Korea called the movie an "act of war" in a letter to the UN.
An official warned of “merciless” retaliation if U.S. doesn't block film's release.
The move comes just days after Obama warned Pyongyang against further “provocations.”
The North Korean government said NADA will “develop the space for peaceful purpose.”
North Korea said the artillery rounds were part of an exercise in response to a U.N. warning.
The missiles reportedly traveled about 43 miles before crashing into the sea.
The U.S. "will not accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed state,” Kerry said in South Korea.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman on Friday defended his trips to North Korea and an interview he gave...
Flanked by military officials, Bae apologized to North Korea's government.
Richardson says Rodman's suggestion that American should be imprisoned is reprehensible.