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How Korean culture became a global phenomenon
The nation's pop culture is a government-funded export that has grown into the "Korean wave."
How long can China's economic grudges last?
For South Korea, it’s been three years and counting, hitting industries like entertainment, travel and grocery stores.
Korean leaders pledge denuclearization, but avoid specifics
In a historic moment, North and South Korea have pledged there will be "no more war."
Report: U.S. falling behind in 5G
A new report from a trade group representing the U.S. wireless industry shows the U.S. is lagging China and South Korea when it comes to 5G. CTIA says companies in those countries are getting help that U.S. firms aren’t. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
How sanctions might actually develop North Korea's economy
North Korea might end up giving up its biggest bargaining chip: nuclear weapons.
Why the U.S. needs foreign steel imports
After Trump’s tariff announcement, manufacturers saw raw materials prices rise.
How to be a Zamboni driver
Ice technician Ryan Hevern on what it takes to create Olympic-caliber hockey and figure skating rinks.
The darkest building on the planet is at the Olympics
The structure in Pyeongchang is painted with what its maker says is the darkest man-made substance, a material that absorbs 99 percent of light.
How North Korea going to the Olympics could affect sanctions
The forthcoming Winter Olympic Games may become the catalyst for some easing of tensions between the Koreas.
Nuclear threats, financial risks and trade agreement breakdowns — what's ahead for 2018
Here are some of the trends identified in the Stratfor Worldview's annual forecast.