Rumors that the Supreme Leader's month-long vanishing act signals a coup or a power shuffle are likely false, experts say
Matthew Miller was jailed for committing acts "hostile" to the Pyongyang regime
Kim Jong Un's absence from an important parliamentary meeting fuels speculation about health problems
He reportedly wanted to "meet with Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un"
Miller was charged under Article 64 of the North Korean criminal code, which is for espionage and can carry a sentence of five to 10 years
Election observers from North Korea and Zimbabwe monitored the fairness of the voting. Government employees shuttled other government employees to the polls by...
Few people have lived as long, as varied and as complete a life as David Douglas Duncan. And certainly no photographers ever enjoyed a longer, more varied or...