A group of Koreans dumps water bottles loaded with rice, medicine and USB drives into the sea on the North Korean border. They hope that the information loaded into those USBs can spark some sort of revolution in the North.
North and South Korean leaders dined on a bowl of buckwheat noodles submerged in a chilly, savory broth during their meeting in Pyongyang. Korean restaurant owners say there's been a resurgence of interest in the soup.
After three days of talks between the leaders of North and South Korea, spirits are high and promises are many. And South Korean leader Kim Jong-un wants another direct meeting with President Donald Trump.
North Korea said on Wednesday it would permanently abolish its key missile facilities in the presence of foreign experts, the latest gesture by leader Kim Jong-un to revive faltering talks with Washington over his country's nuclear program.
North Korea announced today it's going to launch a communications satellite in early April. The US suspects that it's more likely to be a ballistic missile test in disguise. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Matthew Bell about this weekend's reported rocket launch in North Korea. North Korea's state-run media hailed the country's satellite launch as a success. But U.S. and South Korean sources say the launch failed to put anything into orbit.
North Korea today ordered international nuclear inspectors out of the country. This after the North Korean government vowed to pull out of nuclear talks with the US and others. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
China might appear to be the country with the most leverage over North Korea. But as The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports, China's clout with Pyongyang is limited when it comes to North Korea's nuclear ambitions.