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NBA Hall of Famer penned letter to Kim Jong-un.
Game depicts him fighting America with North Korean leader.
Activist Jesse Jackson defends Dennis Rodman's controversial trip to North Korea.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman takes his clown act back to North Korea
A statement from the FBI pointed to technical similarities between the Sony hack and past "malicious cyber activity" linked directly to North Korea.
American voters want lawmakers to extend unemployment insurance and raise the minimum wage; Sen. John McCain thinks Dennis Rodman is an idiot; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential hopes may be tarnished – and more.
Former NBA players Kenny Anderson, Charles Smith, Cliff Robinson, Doug Christie and Vin Baker tagged along with the mercurial Rodman to Pyongyang, North Korea, to play basketball for dictator Kim Jong-un.
The NBA star went ballistic on cable news journalist.
Plus quotes from President Obama and NeNe Leakes.
Dennis Rodman and former NBA All-Stars Kenny Anderson, Cliff Robinson, Vin Baker and more arrive in North Korea for the most anticipated exhibition basketball game of the year.