A New York Times story on poor attendance at the Winter Olympics published Thursday laid some of the blame on President Donald Trump and his “fire and fury” remarks directed at North Korea last year.
A Kim Jong Un impersonator did not impress a group of North Korean cheerleaders when he arrived at a hockey game between the unified Korean team and Japan on Thursday.
As the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, dominate news coming from the Korean peninsula, the son of an American professor is asking the world not to forget the plight of his father and two other U.S. citizens who are imprisoned in North Korea.
Americans should not be deceived by North Korea’s charm offensive at the 2018 Winter Olympics as Kim Jong Un remains intent on acquiring nuclear weapons capable of striking the United States, the nation’s top spies warned Tuesday.
Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jung has become an objection of fascination and praise since her foray into South Korea for the start of the Winter Olympics, getting comparisons to President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump.
The Trump administration is not backing down from its growing efforts to confront the North Korean regime, despite a slew of media reports over the weekend claiming U.S. policy on the matter has weakened, according to U.S. officials who told the Washington Free Beacon the latest reports are fueling the North Korean regime’s massive propaganda efforts.