Kim Jong-un Ordered 64 Public Executions This Year
North Korea is experiencing growing unrest amid leader Kim Jong-un's reign of terror, the National Intelligence Service here said Wednesday. Since Kim took power in late 2011, he has executed more than 100 high-level officials.
Cigarettes Priced Out of Reach of Low-Income Earners
Hundreds to Lose Their Jobs in Hanjin Shipping Bankruptcy
U.S. Defense Chief Reaffirms 'Pivot to Asia'
Note 7 Users File Class-Action Suit Against Samsung
Hyundai to Recall Genesis Coupes in U.S. Over Airbag Issues
LG to Release Premium Smartphone Overseas
Police Officer Dead After Frenzied Shootout in Seoul
A police officer died in a shooting rampage in northern Seoul on Wednesday. The heavily armed assailant, Seong Byung-dae, was being pursued by police after a frenzied assault and shot the officer around 6:30 p.m.
Kim Jong-un Resurfaces
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has resurfaced after 11 days out of the public eye. The official [North] Korean Central News Agency on Tuesday said Kim visited a newly opened ophthalmology hospital in Pyongyang.
Customers Slow to Turn in Their Samsung Note 7s
Many customers are slow to return their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to Samsung despite a spate of the phones catching fire. Korean telecoms started product exchanges or refunds last Thursday.