North Korea says spy satellite captured images of White House, Pentagon
North Korea said its spy satellite also took images of the White House and the Pentagon, in addition to its previous claims it took pictures of U.S. bases in Korea and overseas.
South partly suspends military agreement after North's spy satellite launch
The South Korean government announced the partial suspension of the 2018 inter-Korean military agreement from 3 p.m. Wednesday after North Korea's state media reported that the regime had successfully placed a spy satellite into orbit.
Seoul mulls measures in response to Pyongyang's arms deal with Moscow
South Korea is considering imposing additional measures against North Korea for its alleged arms deal with Russia, violating UN resolutions. The United States accuses North Korea of supplying Russia with weapons to use in the Ukraine war.
North Korea's nuclear arsenal 'on pace' to challenge homeland missile defense, says U.S. congressional report
The U.S. Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture assessed that Pyongyang is "probably preparing to test a nuclear device to facilitate tactical nuclear operations" and is seen to be maintaining a stockpile of a few dozen nuclear warheads.
North will 'pay a price' for any arms supplies to Russia, U.S. says
National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan warned North Korea against providing any lethal weapons to Russia Tuesday, saying it will "pay a price" in the international community if it does.
Biden to host trilateral summit with Yoon, Kishida at Camp David on Aug. 18: White House
U.S. President Joe Biden will host a trilateral summit with Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Camp David on Aug. 18, the White House confirmed Friday.
First NCG meeting backed by nuclear-capable sub in Busan
A U.S. nuclear-capable submarine made a port call in Korea for the first time in some 40 years as a "manifestation" of Washington's commitment to extended deterrence, a White House National Security Council (NSC) official said Tuesday.
Kim Jong-un threatens continued 'offensive' after ICBM launch
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un oversaw the launch of a Hwasong-18 solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Wednesday, vowing his regime would continue its “military offensive” until South Korea and the United States admit “defeat.”
Rival parties disagree over Yoon's trip to U.S.
“It is difficult to predict what kind of impact the dangerous act of provoking countries like China and Russia will have on our national interest and diplomatic security,” DP leader Lee Jae-myung said Thursday.
White House respects Korea’s ‘sovereign decision’ on providing military aid to Ukraine
The United States respects the "sovereign decisions" of countries on whether to provide lethal aid to Ukraine, a White House National Security Council official said, noting that it is ultimately up to Korea to decide whether to provide further aid.