Reporter’s Notebook: North Korea’s UN ambassador silent about Otto Warmbier

When we saw Kim Jong Un's ambassador to the United Nations, Kim Song, leaving the U.N. Secretariat building, I thought that his sudden appearance presented an opportunity for Fox News to ask the questions his government has long not seen fit not to answer.

Calls grow to drop case against US Marine and activists in North Korean embassy intrusion

The Justice Department is charging two men accused of intruding into the North Korean embassy in Madrid, Spain, and grabbing computers, thumb drives and a cell phone that they then handed over to the FBI.

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un oversees testing of multiple rocket launchers, tells troops to ‘keep high alert posture’

The leader of the Hermit Kingdom supervised a "strike drill" of long-range multiple rocket launchers and unspecified tactical guided weapons into the East Sea on Saturday while telling troops to remains on alert, North Korean state media said.

Trump says Kim Jong Un ‘knows that I am with him’ despite latest North Korea test

President Trump put a positive spin on his relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un on Saturday, saying he knows that “I am with him” and repeating his belief that a nuclear deal will still happen -- despite the North Koreans firing short-range missiles a day earlier.

Otto Warmbier’s mother says North Korea ‘a cancer on earth’, calls diplomacy a ‘charade’

Cindy Warmbier, the mother of University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier, who was detained and held in North Korea who died after he returned back to the U.S. in 2017, called the hermit kingdom “a cancer on the earth.”

Indonesian woman tried in killing of Kim Jong Un’s half-brother released from prison

The case into the killing of the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader is likely closed after a Vietnamese woman tried in the case was released from a Malaysian prison on Friday and is back in her native country.

North Korea gave US $2M hospital bill over care of American Otto Warmbier: report

The U.S. reportedly received a $2 million hospital bill in 2017 from the North Korean government for the care of American Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma for unknown reasons while in police custody.

Kim-Putin summit was short on substance, but had symbolism both men need: Bill Richardson

Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson said on “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that the first summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was short on substance, but long on the kind of symbolism that both men need.

Putin builds his ‘authoritarian axis’: Kim Jong Un summit the latest move designed to damage US power abroad

Almost anywhere in the world where the United States is pushing back against a despotic or rogue regime – from Iran, Syria and North Korea to Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Sudan – Moscow has made no secret of its efforts to side with the American adversary and issue lifelines to their controversial leaders.