North Korea reportedly moved a missile of "considerable range" to its eastern coast. The move could be in preparation for a military attack on U-S or South Korean targets in the region, though observers still think that's unlikely.
North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire today in one of the most dramatic confrontations between the two since the Korean War ended without a peace treaty. Reporter Jason Strother has reaction from South Korea.
North Korea said today that military acts are pushing Korea to the brink of war, but China warned against such acts near its coastline. Three days ago North Korean artillery shelled South Korean island of Yeonpyeong. The World's Jason Strother has more.
North Koreans have been using crystal meth as a substitute for expensive and hard to get medicines. But reporter Jason Strother tells host Marco Werman that the drug is creating a serious addiction problem.
Learning English is the norm for most South Korean grade school students. But it's expensive to bring in native English speakers. So the government is starting to experiment with another kind of English teacher: robots. Jason Strother reports.
In South Korea, direct physical punishment was banned in all schools last month. And now teachers and students there are mixed over what alternative should take its place. From Seoul, reporter Jason Strother has the story.
North Korea is often portrayed as a country in a time-warp. But as Jason Strother reports, the number of cell phone users has grown dramatically, since the arrival of an Egyptian mobile network in 2008.
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.