Tensions remain high on the Korean peninsula, with the US now beefing up its military strength in response to Pyongyang's threats. But former US negotiator Joel Wit sees the North's behavior as rational and predictable.
Tensions on the Korean peninsula are running high, with North Korea vowing to take pre-emptive military strikes against South Korea and U.S. forces around the Pacific Ocean, while the South is promising to respond to any aggression with bullets first, and politics later.
North Korea has ratcheted up its anti-American rhetoric, saying it has missiles on standby to attack US bases and even the American mainland. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Beijing correspondent, Mary Kay Magistad.
Computer networks at two major South Korean banks and 3 broadcasters crashed Wednesday, prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea. But South Korean authorities say there's no conclusive evidence yet to determine who is responsible.
North Korea has severed its hotline with South Korea. Anchor Marco Werman digs into the history and true nature of international hotline communication with diplomatic historian, Haraldur Ã?ór Egilsson.
Behind Rodman's recent antics in North Korea is the backing of VICE Media, a group with a reputation for stunt journalism. Anchor Marco Werman discusses the controversial Rodman trip and stunt journalism with New York Times reporter Brian Stelter.
Many ordinary Americans are already making the trip to North Korea. Americans have been able to travel there since 2002. Anchor Marco Werman talks with Korya tour director Nick Bonner who has been taking tourists to North Korea for more than a decade.
In an unexpected move, the North Korean government has opened up it mobile network to foreigners. Now for the first time foreign reporters can access the internet from their phones and instantly post photos and tweets to the web.