Hack back? Military strike? Sanctions? Nothing?
In a briefing Thursday, the White House said it was weighing a “proportional response” to the cyberattack against Sony.
Several news organizations, citing U.S. officials, reported Wednesday that North Korea was behind the Sony data hack. The revelation came on the same day the studio decided to cancel the release of The Interview.
There is no way this was an accident.
You might have thought he disappeared, but he was actually pretty damn busy.
Several photos released Tuesday show the North Korean leader using a cane to walk. Reports said last month that Kim may have broken both of his ankles.
Leader Kim Jong Un hasn’t been seen for weeks. His sister might be in charge? Or the military? What’s going on?
The North Korean leader reportedly underwent surgery this month after fracturing both of his ankles, and is recovering in a hospital.
The secretive country’s news agency failed to give a death toll, but offered a rare apology for the collapse of a building that is believed to have been housing 92 families.
I REPEAT: A FLAMING UNICORN.
Thanks to the talented photoshoppers of DesignCrowd this is a reality.
“If I put anyone in harm’s way, I apologize,” a tearful Rodman tells ESPN.
All rumors about Kim Jong Un feeding his uncle to dogs has been based on one joke on TenCent Weibo.
Ride with the dictator as he travels through 2013 and beyond.
In North Korea’s tightly controlled media sphere, the Kims are always making headlines.
“I’m not going to North Korea to discuss freeing Kenneth Bae,” Rodman told Reuters.
“How nice to see hand phones being successfully produced with indigenous technology,” says Kim Jong Un, as he inspects the first North Korean smartphone.
Just in time to mark the 60th anniversary of the Korean War cease-fire. Cool, guys.
Here are five other insane things that the NBA Hall of Famer said in a new interview. (He’s on the cover of the mag holding an eagle.)
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Today, May 3rd, marks World Press Freedom Day. Some world leaders aren’t too happy about that.
Rep. Doug Lamborn argues “smuggling” internet and radio capable technology would help turn population against regim.
That means a lot of standing ovations.
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He thinks he’s UN-stoppable, huh?
South Korea’s Yonhap News agency reports North Korea has moved two intermediate-range missiles to its East coast.
North Korea on Tuesday said it plans to restart its 5 megawatt nuclear reactor that was shut down under an agreement reached at the six-party talks in 2007, Yonhap News reports.