Related Program: The Record Inside The State Of North Korea By Ross Reynolds & Posey Gruener • Feb 19, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email The most recent United Nations report accuses North Korean leadership of violations of freedom. Flickr Photo/Gabriel Britto (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 9:38 Ross Reynolds speaks with Clark Sorenson, director of UW's Center for Korea Studies, following a United Nations report accusing North Korean leadership of crimes against humanity. Tags: North Koreahuman rightsgovernmentUnited NationsTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content North Korea Calls Off Envoy For Kenneth Bae By Liz Jones • Feb 10, 2014 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones The Seattle-area family of Kenneth Bae, an American man held in North Korea, said their hopes fell again this week. For the second time, North Korea rescinded its invitation for a U.S. envoy to discuss Bae’s possible release. The Role Of 'Basketball Diplomacy' In North Korea By Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Jan 9, 2014 AP Photo/Kim Kwang Hyon Listen Listening... / 5:47 When former basketball star Dennis Rodman implied to CNN that Kenneth Bae, a Lynnwood, Wash., man imprisoned in North Korea, had committed a crime, Bae’s sister lashed out. Boeing's 'Terrible Teens' Cut Into Profit, Tax Revenue By Carolyn Adolph • Feb 20, 2014 KUOW Photo/Carolyn Adolph Listen Listening... / 4:52 Boeing says it will have to wait until sometime in 2016 to turn a profit on the 787 Dreamliners line. By that time, the aerospace says developing the game-changing plane will cost the company more than $25 billion. There was a time when Boeing thought it would take $5 billion to develop the new plane. Washington Legislature Sends 'Real Hope' Act To Governor By Austin Jenkins • Feb 20, 2014 Listen Listening... / A late vote in the Washington legislature has the children of immigrants cheering - literally.