Published November 30, 2012
After examining new imagery of the launch site in northwestern North Korea, Charles Vick, Senior Technical & Space Policy Analyst for Globalsecurity.org, tells Fox News “North Korea is building up to a flight test of this next space launch.”
Published October 21, 2012
Nearly six weeks later, and the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, which left Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead, is still shrouded in mystery. A clearer outline of the attack, though, is emerging.
Published July 16, 2012
The Saturday night concert had gone over its 10:30 pm curfew and so the plug was pulled on a pairing that the New Jersey native said he had waited 50 years for.
Published July 03, 2012
Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Greg Palkot and cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski were recently in Syria. They were some of the only western media allowed in. Their reporting was monitored by the Syrian government. This is an account of the trip.
Published April 16, 2012
It’s not often you get to go out and hang with North Koreans. But that happened today. Sure it was in Pyongyang, which is considered to be an artificial showcase for the regime. But at least we saw, talked and interacted with real people. And it was enlightening.
Published April 15, 2012
North Korea marked the centenary of the death of its founder Kim Il-sung with a massive military parade in the center of Pyongyang. But it was his grandson, the new young leader of the country, Kim Jung-un, who got most of the attention.
Published April 14, 2012
50,000 North Korean troops and civilians gathered at Kim Il-sung Stadium Saturday in Pyongyang to cheer on their young leader Kim Jung-un. It was another warm-up event to Sunday’s parade and celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the birthday of North Korean founder Kim Il-sung.
Published April 13, 2012
In the end, North Korea’s provocative multi-stage rocket launch went out with a fizzle…not a bang. According to U.S., Japanese and South Korean sources, the North Korean rocket broke up shortly after lift-off Friday morning local time, spreading debris into the waters off South Korea.
Published March 28, 2012
Iran and the international community are getting ready for a new round of talks next month aimed at resolving questions surrounding the Islamic Republic’s suspect nuclear program.
Published March 28, 2012
The styles of the interviewees and the venues for the interviews for this report couldn’t have been more different and might say a lot about why the two sides in the Iran nuclear crisis are not necessarily seeing eye to eye.