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Former prisoners in North Korea recall the conditions they were held in: Part 3
American Kenneth Bae spent 735 days in captivity in North Korea and was the longest held American prisoner ever.
Dennis Rodman says North Korea visit was 'worth it' amid criticism
Rodman suggested in an exclusive interview with ABC News that he is partly responsible for the reclusive nation's release of American college student Otto Warmbier, who died after being returned to the U.S.
N. Korean Missile Test Won’t Impact Negotiations for US Detained Student, Experts Say
The surprise missile test launched by North Korea today will likely not help relations between the rogue nation and the United States, but it may not directly impact the negotiations for the release of an American college student who has been detained there, according to former New Mexico Gov. Bill
Secret Mission Helps Free Americans Held in North Korea
Negotiations led by James Clapper help Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller return home.
Release of Americans in North Korea a Cloak-and-Dagger Tale
Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller are free because of a last minute secret trip by James Clapper.
5 Things You May Have Missed
From the Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall to Macaulay Culkin's Not Dead
How Clapper's Secret Mission to North Korea Came About
When Director of National Intelligence James Clapper arrived secretly in North Korea this week he had no guarantees that he would be able to secure the release of Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller. In fact, all Clapper had when he arrived in Pyongyang was a brief letter of introduction from
Americans Released From North Korea Return to US
Speculation emerges over why Dictator Kim Jong Un released Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller.
Midterm Fallout: What's on the Agenda?
ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports on the battle over executive action on immigration reform following the GOP takeover of Congress.
'This Week' Transcript: Rep. Darrell Issa and Sen. Elect Cory Gardner
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on November 9th, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: This Week, Republican wave: the new reality in Washington with the GOP set to take over the Senate. Can President Obama and congress really work together? The early signs of trouble and what this