By Julie Pace, Associated Press
SEOUL, South Korea -- Voicing pessimism about a prompt restart to Mideast peace talks, President Barack Obama said Friday that neither Israelis nor Palestinians have shown the political will to make tough decisions to advance negotiations. Obama described a reconciliation…
By Kayla Ruble
The 68-year-old captain of the ferry that sank off the southern coast of South Korea was arrested on Saturday for suspicion of negligence and abandonment.
North Korea's launch of another nuclear test has triggered panic in the west. Jeffrey Brown gets an assessment of North Korea's nuclear capabilities from Charles "Jack" Pritchard, former special envoy for North Korea negotiations under President George W. Bush, and…
Ahead of the nuclear summit Monday in Seoul, President Obama met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and discussed prospects for further nuclear reductions for both nations. Judy Woodruff discusses nuclear issues with Ploughshares Fund President Joseph Cirincione and nuclear proliferation…
Margaret Warner reports from Seoul, where extraordinary student commitment has helped the nation's 15 year olds rank second in the world in reading and fourth in math, well ahead of their American counterparts. Many students take private lessons in addition…
By Larisa Epatko
SEOUL, South Korea | Signs with "wellbeing" written in English are popping up all over Korea from corner markets to high-end spas. Its meaning: a healthy and wholesome body inside and out.
SEOUL, South Korea | With Chinese President Hu Jintao visiting Washington and questions over China's support of North Korea in the air, we visited a Seoul train station to ask South Koreans their opinions on China and its behavior.
The Group of 20 summit in South Korea concluded with some broad goals but many lingering questions over currency disagreements and trade imbalances. Judy Woodruff gets more on what happened -- and what didn't happen -- with Eswar Prasad of…
President Obama faces international criticism over disputed currency policy as the G-20 Summit kicks off in Seoul. World leaders question whether the U.S. Federal Reserve is making sound economic decisions for the global economy. Judy Woodruff has details.
As President Obama meets global leaders in South Korea to tackle currency and trade disputes, he will face concerns over U.S. actions that could drive down the value of the dollar and hurt the price of exports. Judy Woodruff speaks…
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