When David Sneddon disappeared hiking around western China, officials chalked it up to a drowning. A decade later, it appears he had been kidnapped and taken to North Korea.
A family investigates.
A profile of Dennis Rodman today.
A visit to the hotel North Korea starved to build, still unfinished after breaking ground in 1987.
There was torture, starvation, betrayals and executions, but to Shin In Geun, Camp 14—a prison for the political enemies of North Korea—was home. Then one day came the chance to flee.
Alarmingly sophisticated imitations of American currency have turned up all over the world and the false-paper trail leads to North Korea.
The perilous routes through which information—video footage, secret documents, radio broadcasts—flow in and out of North Korea through its porous borders with China.