North Korea stole over $316 million in virtual assets through illicit cyberattacks over the past two years to support its weapons of mass destruction program, according to a UN Security Council report released Wednesday.
The U.S. president isn't planning talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, said the White House Monday, noting that Joe Biden’s approach to Pyongyang will be “quite different” from his predecessor’s.
Pyongyang said through state media Saturday that U.S. President Joe Biden's criticism of its recent ballistic missile launches was a "provocation" and the wrong "first step," warning of possible future consequences depending on Washington’s approach.
U.S. President Joe Biden said Washington will “respond accordingly” if Pyongyang chooses to escalate tensions Thursday in his first press conference since taking office, while still leaving open the door to diplomacy.
The United Nations Security Council’s sanctions committee on Monday adopted new guidelines to fast-track procedures for humanitarian aid groups to receive exemptions from UN sanctions on North Korea.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun said he discussed "creative” and “constructive” ways to prod along stalled denuclearization negotiations with Pyongyang in talks with South Korea's top nuclear envoy, Lee Do-hoon, Monday.