“If you understand what Kenneth Bae did, then you understand what he did in this country,” Rodman said.
Former Piston Dennis Rodman is back in North Korea, again practicing what he has termed “basketball diplomacy.”
Recent saber-rattling by North Korea has the world on edge. But for South Koreans living and working in the United States, it’s causing particular concerns.
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Who knows what is really going on in the mind of Kim Jong Un.
Michigan Congressman Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, took to the Sunday morning talk shows to address the growing nuclear threat in North Korea.
While the world waits for a white plume of smoke; Dennis Rodman (fresh from his trip to North Korea) has packed a bag and flown to Rome in the hopes of helping the first black pope to be elected.
Basketball Hall of Fame member Dennis Rodman has been seen recently in North Korea working on a project for HBO with a couple of members of the Harlem Globetrotters.
North Korea’s young leader has riled the U.S. with recent nuclear tests, but Kim Jong Un doesn’t really want war with the superpower