Stop Dithering, Court Tells Park
The Constitutional Court on Monday told President Park Geun-hye's lawyers to decide now whether or not she will testify in the final hearing of her impeachment trial. Acting chief justice Lee Jung-mi said once the hearings come to an end there will be no chance for Park to reconsider, a broad hint that this particular attempt by the defense to drag out proceedings is likely to come to nothing.
Kuala Lumpur's Restaurateur 'Helped S.Korea Spy on Kim Jong-nam'
What Was the Poison That Killed Kim Jong-nam?
N.Korea's Rift with Malaysia Deepens Over Kim Jong-nam Killing
Kim Jong-nam Hit 'Aimed at Consolidating N.Korean Regime'
Crackpot Asiana Hack Paralyzes Ticket Bookings
Samsung's New Galaxy Phone Gets More Expensive with High-Tech Features
Park Aide Emerges from Hiding to Face Questioning
Former presidential secretary for public relations Ahn Bong-geun on Monday emerged from hiding to answer questions from the independent counsel over his involvement in the Cheong Wa Dae scandal.
N.Korean Held Over Kim Jong-nam's Death Was on Work Visa
A North Korean arrested in connection with the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam had been in Malaysia on a dodgy work visa since 2013.
Samsung's Corporate Reputation Plummets
Samsung's corporate reputation has taken a beating from the debacle surrounding its combustible Galaxy Note 7 phone and can only get worse now that de facto chief Lee Jae-yong has been arrested for corruption.