Japan lodges protest after Moon says 'comfort women issue not settled'
Japan said on Thursday it had lodged a complaint with the South Korean government after President Moon Jae-in said Tokyo was in no position to declare the issue of wartime "comfort women" settled.
Samsung leader rejects profit-sharing scheme
By Kim Yoo-chul
Lee Kun-hee, chairman of Samsung Electronics, rejected Thursday a proposal by former Prime Minister Chung Un-chan to put greater pressure on large businesses to share their profits with small- and medium sized companies.
PyeongChang Oympic moments
By Kim Ji-soo
Trump tariffs won't bring back steel mills
If there's any community that can feel the changes that have rocked the American steel industry over the decades, it's Baltimore.
North Korean defectors speak out on Pence, Kim Yo-jong Olympics visit
Casey Lartigue Jr., co-founder of the Teach North Korean Refugees Global Education Center, compiled these statements from interviews with the refugees.