The United Nations is expected to hold a vote on North Korea’s human rights record next week. And it could bring Kim Jong-un one step closer to being indicted for human rights atrocities under international law.
For our Geo Quiz -- we wanted you to tell us where the Pueblo is anchored. It's been 40 years since the spy ship was boarded and its crew captured. Today's answer is Taedong River where the USS Pueblo is now anchored.
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.
North Korea has detained an 85-year-old US Army veteran of the Korean War, who was on a tourist trip he had long planned to see Korea once again. The strangest part is that he had finished his visit without incident and was on the plane to go home when he was taken.
There's speculation that the North could be planning to launch a missile against an American target this week. Experts don't seem to think that's likely. But which if any American target would be within reach of a North Korean missile?
North Korea's Kim Jong-un used his New Year's Day address to extend an olive branch to South Korea. In his televised message, Kim offered to hold high-level talks with the South — if certain conditions are met.