History | History

The Nazis fooled the world for 16 days in 1936—and we’re allowing it to happen again

It's worth remembering today, after North Korea's appearance at the Olympics, and as Russia and Qatar gear up for the World Cup.

Politics | Politics

Jimmy Carter talks North Korea, his wife's health

Jimmy Carter told his Sunday school class what he thinks about Donald Trump possibly meeting with Kim Jong Un and that his wife was on her way home three weeks after having serious surgery

Politics | POLITICS

Trump’s North Korea Bluster Scores a Win, But at High Risk - Bloomberg

North Korea’s offer to suspend nuclear and missile tests in exchange for talks with the U.S. reflects an emerging truth about President Donald Trump’s unconventional foreign policy style: It may heighten the risk of conflict, but also the potential fo

News | The News

Trump's sanctions and hardline rhetoric brought North Korea to negotiating table, experts say | Fox News

The strategy, experts say, appears to be working as Pyongyang reportedly told a delegation from South Korea on Tuesday that it was willing to discuss nuclear disarmament and halt nuclear and missile tests during future talks with the United States.

Science & Technology | Tech

Inside North Korea’s Hacker Army

The regime in Pyongyang has sent hundreds of programmers to other countries. Their mission: Make money by any means necessary.

News | Interesting Links

The Myth of the Limited Strike on North Korea | Foreign Affairs

A limited strike would risk igniting a full-blown war on the Korean Peninsula.

Politics | Politics

The slow death of the nuclear deal with North Korea

Bill Clinton said the deal would help draw North Korea into the global community.

Politics | Politics

Will North Korea fire a missile capable of hitting the U.S. mainland? Probably. - The Washington Post

Kim Jong Un has declared that North Korea is close to testing a missile that can reach the United States. Is it time to freak out?

Humor | Cool & Interesting

North Korea accidentally lets world access its internet and it only has 28 websites

North Korea somehow accidentally opened access to all the websites hosted on its servers, revealing that it only has 28 registered domains.

News | In The News

Comparisons Don’t Support North Korea’s Claims of a Hydrogen Bomb, Experts Say

Experts said comparisons of underground nuclear tests over the past several decades suggested that the North Koreans were exaggerating.

News | News

Report: Syria's Assad building facility for the production of nuclear weapons - Middle East - Jerusalem Post

Intelligence sources tell Der Spiegel that underground site being developed with Iranian, North Korea and Hezbollah support.

News | Interesting Stories

Rare Look Inside North Korea's Capital City

Explore the North Korean capital of Pyongyang in this intriguing time-lapse of a city rarely seen by foreigners.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Sony planning limited release of 'The Interview'

6 out of 10 Americans think Sony overreacted by canceling

News | News

North Korea's Internet Is Totally Screwed Right Now 

Following several days of continuous connectivity problems, North Korea's internet has gone dark, according to one researcher. Whether it's a cyber attack or a routine outage remains unclear. However, it looks a lot like a DDoS attack.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Mike Myers' Dr. Evil Mocks Sony Hack on 'SNL' - The Hollywood Reporter

Dr. Evil is worried that Sony Pictures and North Korea are giving evildoers a bad name.  Saturday Night Live alum Mike Myers made a surprise appearance as the character on the show this weekend, where he mocked the Sony hacking scandal.  Watch more 5

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Report: U.S. planning “proportional response” to Sony hack, blamed on North Korea - Boing Boing

If we go to war over this thing, that does it: I'm really going to dislike Seth Rogen. One day ahead of an expected announcement by U.S. officials that North Korea is responsible for the devastating hack on Sony Pictures, CNN reports that federal investigators have evidence that “hackers stole the computer credentials of a system administrator to get access to Sony's computer system.”

News | The News

DIA: North Korea Planned Attacks on US Nuclear Plants | Washington Free Beacon

North Korea dispatched covert commando teams to the United States in the 1990s to attack nuclear power plants and major cities in a conflict, according to a declassified Defense Intelligence Agency report. The DIA report, dated Sept. 13, 2004, reveals tha

Business & Finance | Business

Sony Pictures Employees Now Working In An Office “From Ten Years Ago” | TechCrunch

"We are stuck in 1992 over here," she said. She requested anonymity but agreed to talk a bit about her day-to-day experience as a Sony Pictures Employee..