Some 80 percent of its $38 billion economic stimulus package is for clean technology. But environmentalists say half the money is 'greenwash.'
Seoul, South Korea, is touting its 'new paradigm' for a women-friendly city that improves life from the workplace to the washroom and makes Seoul the happiest place in the world. Some women are skeptical.
Hwang Woo-suk, a South Korean scientist whose cloning 'breakthroughs' were exposed as frauds, received a suspended two-year jail sentence Monday.
Secretary of Defense Gates reassured jittery South Korea of firm US commitment to deterring North's conventional forces and confronting its nuclear threat.
The Rev. Sun Myung Moon presided as some 10,000 couples wed or renewed their vows. His youngest son is preparing to take the helm amid thinning ranks.
The South says it is tired of an approach that lets North get perks for small concessions.
Teachers, citizens barred from political organizing.
As tens of thousands gather in Seoul to mourn the death of the former president, his 'Sunshine policy' is breathing life into fresh North-South talks.
In South, decisive tone of 'joint vision' is seen as sending a strong message to the North.
South Korean President Lee Myung Bak arrives in Washington today seeking a guarantee of American nuclear defense from possible North Korean aggression.
Pyongyang attacked South Korea’s decision to join a partnership meant to block shipments of nuclear materiel.
United by a common enemy, South Korea's Navy moves to protect a North Korean cargo ship.
South Korean fighter pilots are 'ready to scramble' as North Korea prepares a missile launch.
Now there’s a move to keep it that way – and perhaps bring North and South Korea closer together.
The cabinet offered to resign June 10 amid weeks of protest against a US beef trade deal.
Flag-waving youths flooded Seoul Sunday, outnumbering North Korea and Tibet protesters.
The New York Philharmonic played Thursday in Seoul. Can their Korea tour restart the dismantling of North's weapons program?