North Korea has been threatening a nuclear strike against the United States and South Korea for weeks.
ABC News legend Sam Donaldson told us that the North Korean threat has hit about a seven out of 10.
In researching North Korea, we discovered how strange and bizarre this country has become over the years.
Here are a few examples.
If you live there, you can’t turn off the government radio installed in your home, only reduce the volume.
Over 150,000 North Koreans live in a total of six prison camps surrounded by electrified barbed wire.
North Korea groups its citizens into 51 social categories, graded by loyalty to the regime.
Four in five of North Korean children suffer from malnutrition because food is poorly distributed.