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North Korea announced Friday that it has detained a U.S. citizen who it says entered the secretive country as a tourist in April and broke the law. The news brings the number of Americans believed to be held in the communist nation to three. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Drones and offensive writings aimed at President Obama emerge from North Korea. CNN's Elise Labott has more.
CNN's Barbara Starr talks about the possibility that North Korea might be planning another underground nuclear test.
President Obama continues his tour of East Asia as the U.S. "pivots" to focus on the region. But one country is not laying out the red carpet for the President - and instead escalated tensions by conducting live-fire exercises. North Korea loves saber-rattling, but how powerful is their military? Here's a look at all the firepower they have stockpiled.
In new video, Kenneth Bae, the American detained in North Korea, is interviewed back at a prison camp after his hospitalization. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
News that broke in "The Situation Room": CNN's Jim Sciutto reports that North Korea has moved American detainee Kenneth Bae back to a labor camp after allowing him to receive treatment at a hospital.
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman could be facing charges for the lavish gifts he gave leader Kim Jong-Un that may have broken international sanctions on North Korea. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
News that broke in "The Situation Room": North Korea sends a letter of reconciliation and unity in an apparent attempt to soften relations with South Korea. CNN's Barabara Starr reports.
Wolf Blitzer talks to Kenneth Bae's sister Terri Chung, who hopes the release of his taped "confession" from North Korea is the first step to his release.
If you want to help Kenneth Bae, Terri passed along these four steps:
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, former Ambassador and State Department deputy Christopher Hill says Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea is "marginally unhelpful" for U.S. diplomacy - and could negatively impact the struggle to get American captive Kenneth Bae freed from North Korea.