No one know who's responsible for taking out North Korea's Internet on Tuesday, but most North Koreans aren't especially concerned. They use an "Intranet" called Kwangmyong, or "Bright Star," and for them, nothing changed.
Tensions between North and South Korea are high again after two South Korean soldiers were injured by landmines that South Korea says were planted by the North. The South responded with words — very loud words blasted from speakers along the border — which soon escalated into an artillery exchange.
The United States is committed by treaty to support South Korea in the event of a conflict. But just what does that mean? Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Thomas Henriksen, a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford.
For today's Geo Quiz, we wanted you to name two countries looking to erase an old debt. The answer is North Korea and the Czech Republic. Anchor Katy Clark speaks to the BBC's Rob Cameron who is in Prague.
North Korea's attack against a South Korean island has turned attention to North Korea's ally, China. But just how much leverage does Washington have with Beijing? Host Lisa Mullins discusses the issue with BBC diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus.
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Sam Gellman, who took some rare photos of life in North Korea. Gellman recently toured North Korea as a tourist and his photos have received almost a million visits on online.