Tom Bossert said the regime was "directly responsible" for the ransomware that was "widespread and cost billions."Read the full story ›
Pyongyang tested an ICBM capable of hitting any city on the US mainland on Tuesday.Read the full story ›
The pariah state has fired what appears to be an ICBM into water off Japan in its latest highly provocative test launch.Read the full story ›
The US-led UN Command has released footage of a North Korean soldier's dramatic escape and shooting in the demilitarised zone.Read the full story ›
The US President said more sanctions would be imposed under a campaign of "maximum pressure" on the North Korean regime.Read the full story ›
The US president took aim at the North Korean leader after Pyongyang called Mr Trump an "old lunatic".Read the full story ›
President Donald Trump has delivered a sharp warning to North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un during a speech in South Korea.Read the full story ›
The US president has taken a hard line against Pyongyang, even threatening to “totally destroy” the country in a September speech.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Washington Correspondent Robert Moore
Setting off on what could be the most diplomatically challenging of his Presidency, Donald Trump did not mention the threat of North Korea, but instead vowed to hit so-called Islamic State "10 times harder than they hit us", in the wake of the New York terror attack which left eight dead and 12 injured.
Yet rather than so-called Islamic State, Mr Trump's 12-day trip to Asia will instead be dominated by talk of North Korea and how to disarm Kim Jong-un.
Ahead of the trip, reports have also been circulating that the North Korean dictator may attempt to disrupt Trump's visit to the region by launching fresh missile tests.
While the Trump administration has repeatedly warned that the window for a diplomatic solution is fast closing, a military option could escalate quickly with potentially catastrophic consequences, analysts fear.
"There is no military option unless you're willing to accept the deaths of tens, perhaps hundreds, of thousands of people," warned Robert Manning, an Asia-Pacific analyst.
"You'll hear more about that soon," a White House adviser told reporters ahead of Trump’s 12-day tour of Asia, which starts on Friday.Read the full story ›