South Korea called an emergency National Security Council meeting where members denounced the launch as a clear violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un vows to develop more powerful means of, days after the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile launch in more than four years
Saturday's launch was North Korea's ninth round of weapons launches in 2022 as it attempts to pressure the Biden administration for concessions.
The test-launch was confirmed Monday and is North Korea's most significant weapon launch in years. South Korean and Japanese officials condemned the launch.
The launch corresponded with an unexplained order by the FAA to ground some flights on the U.S. West Coast.
A final report by the Federal Communications Commission on Hawaii's false missile alert provided analysis into what went wrong and recommendations on how to prevent another mishap.
South Korean officials returning from a two-day visit to Pyongyang say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is willing to discuss giving up his nuclear weapons with the U.S.
A drill during a shift change included the words "This is not a drill," a Federal Communications Commission report finds. According to reports, the worker has been fired and two officials have quit.
North Korea fired a missile on Friday that experts say had the capability of striking U.S. cities. Korea observers argue with each successive test, the U.S. and allies lose leverage with Pyongyang.
Pyongyang's test on Tuesday of an intercontinental ballistic missile hasn't rattled many South Koreans. "I think it's just, like, a whatever attitude that we are having," says a student in Seoul.