The latest news on South Korea
President Obama underscores past and present efforts to get the U.S. economy back on track.
Dinner with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak is part of Washington history.
Agreement to increase U.S. exports by $11 billion and support 70,000 jobs.
New video game Homefront evokes Cold War-type unrealistic fear of enemies abroad.
We can’t afford to keep borrowing money from the Chinese to pay for oil from Saudi Arabia.
At least we don’t have to worry about Kim Jong-Il mounting a sort of WikiLeaks assault. He probably still has dial-up.
WkiLeaks isn't as bad as what's brewing on the Korean pensinsula.
In a speech saluting U.S. veterans, Obama said Americans “will not waver” in support of South Korea.
In a letter to G-20 leaders, Obama defended steps he and Congress have taken to help the U.S. economy.
North Korea warned the U.S. that sanctions and military drills will endanger the entire region.