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Topic - Dennis Rodman
Dennis Rodman just can’t keep out of North Korea. The former basketball star is heading back to the tightly ruled nation on Dec. 18, his third visit in recent months.
Ah, the glittering White House fundraising amid political discord: We're talking seven events in 48 hours to raise money for Democratic lawmakers gearing up for the 2014 midterms. President Obama departed the nation's capital Sunday, bound for a pair of fundraisers in Seattle. But, hey, a West Coast visit always includes California, and Mr. Obama jets South on Monday to headline the moneymakers.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman, who has visited North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang, has been named GQ's No. 1 least influential celebrity of 2013.
Dennis Rodman is preparing to thrill North Korean fans during an exhibition basketball tour there late next month.
Dennis Rodman wants to belly up to the bar with some friends and order a shot of peace talks.
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and plans to bring a team of former NBA players with him.
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and bringing a team of former NBA players with him.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman returned from a visit with his self-described lifelong buddy, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, this weekend and promptly let slip a closely guarded secret about the dictator's baby — her name.
North Korea's official news agency says former NBA star Dennis Rodman has met leader Kim Jong-un on his second visit to the country.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman touched down in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Tuesday, prepared for a second meeting with the dictator he dubs his friend, Kim Jong-un.
Dennis Rodman sat down with Sports Illustrated's Franz Lidz to talk about his controversial trip to North Korea, saying that his efforts in world diplomacy should be enough to earn him a Nobel Peace Prize.
Kenneth Bae, the American sentenced to hard labor in North Korea for supposed hostile acts against the state, headed off to prison on Wednesday, the start of his 15-year term.
NBA legend Dennis Rodman said he's headed back to North Korea for another up-front-and-close meeting with dictator Kim Jong-un to talk about freeing a jailed American.
Ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman made a street plea to North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, about the release of a Korean-American that's been sentenced and jailed: "Do me a solid."
With much ado and lots of press, Dennis Rodman recently journeyed to North Korea and spent time with the nation's saber-rattling dictator Kim Jong-un.
At their last meeting, at a basketball game in Pyongyang in February, Mr. Rodman reportedly told the dictator: "You have a friend for life."
Rodman said his reasons for returning were much more personal and beyond that, Kim's motives were not his concern.