Korean War News
Amid Trump ambiguity on NKorea, is US practicing for war?
White House chief of staff John Kelly moves to tamp down fears of war, saying the threat from North Korea's increasing nuclear and missile capabilities is "manageable" for now
Australia's foreign minister visits tense Korean border
Australia's top diplomat has visited the heavily fortified border between the two Koreas and says her government hopes there will be no need for military action against North Korea over its weapons programs
Tale of 2 cities: Olympics sponsors in Pyeongchang and Tokyo
A tale of two cities: Pyeongchang struggles with Olympic sponsorship, Tokyo is flush with funds
North Korea's hacking abilities 'beyond imagination,' defector says
North Korea's hacking capabilities are "beyond imagination," one former computer expert for the North told ABC News in the wake of Tuesday's report that the nation had stolen secret intelligence documents, including the U.S.-South Korean war strategy. Secret intelligence documents and photos
S. Korean lawmaker says North Korea hacked war plans
A South Korean lawmaker says North Korean hackers stole highly classified military documents, including U.S.-South Korean wartime "decapitation strike" plans against the North
US-South Korean war plans reportedly stolen by North Korean hackers
Hackers in North Korea have allegedly stolen a cache of classified military documents from South Korea, according to a South Korean lawmaker. Lee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's ruling Democratic Party, initially told local media outlets that the documents were taken in a September 2016 hack
Dec. 8, 2004: Ten Commandments sculpture goes on tour in a pickup truck
The sculpture was the center of a 2001 controversy, when Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore installed the piece in the rotunda of the judicial building in Montgomery.
Bob Woodruff discusses 'An Inconvenient Border: Where China Meets North Korea'
ABC News' Bob Woodruff discusses exploring North Korea's 880-mile border with China for a documentary.
Experts break down the North Korean threat amid heightened tensions
Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea reached their highest point in years over the course of this summer, and they don’t seem to be diminishing anytime soon. Increased missile tests by the North Koreans and a change in approach by the Trump administration have prompted the two countries'
Along North Korea's border with China, an uneasy alliance and a fear of war
It was almost 65 years ago when North Korea and the United States agreed to a cease-fire. The guns stopped firing, and the planes stopped dropping bombs, but the war did not officially end. It was settled with an agreement, an armistice, that since 1953 has maintained a fully armed face-off along