Trump has said his outreach to Kim and their first meeting last June in Singapore opened a path to peace. But there is not yet a concrete plan for how denuclearization could be implemented.
President Donald Trump will hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to broker a deal to coax the North to give up its nuclear program, the White House announced Friday.
Kim Jong Un said he is ready to sit down again with President Donald Trump — but also warned the United States against imposing more sanctions.
A federal judge has ordered North Korea to pay more than $500 million in a wrongful death suit filed by the parents of Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died shortly after being released from that country.
Vice President Mike Pence was expected to give a speech on North Korea’s human rights abuses last week, but the speech was scrapped amid tensions in U.S.-North Korean talks over the regime’s nuclear weapons program.
North Korea has warned it could revive a state policy aimed at strengthening its nuclear arsenal if the United States does not lift economic sanctions against the country.
The spectacle, months in the making, will center on a military parade and mass games that will likely put both advanced missiles and leader Kim Jong Un’s hopes for a stronger economy front and center.
North Korea’s isolated citizens are reacting to recent diplomatic and economic motions with cautious optimism.
President Donald Trump said Friday he has directed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to delay a planned trip to North Korea, citing insufficient progress on denuclearization.
The North Korean foreign minister said two days of talks with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo were “regrettable” and accused the U.S. of trying to unilaterally pressure the country into abandoning its nuclear weapons.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo began his first trip to Pyongyang since President Donald Trump’s summit with leader Kim Jong Un last month with a vow to nail down the specifics of Kim’s commitments on denuclearization.
North Koreans are getting a new look at President Donald Trump. They see him shaking hands with Kim Jong Un at their historic summit in Singapore, and even awkwardly saluting a three-star general.
A top aide to Kim Jong Un will make a rare visit to Washington Friday to hand a letter from the North Korean leader to President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said after reporting “good progress” in talks between the two sides to revive an on-again, off-again nuclear summit.
Former national intelligence director James Clapper told WTOP in a Friday interview that he believes that a successful summit would end with the U.S. and North Korea agreeing to establish a communication mechanism similar to what the U.S. once did with Havana, Cuba.
In court, prosecutors revealed more about Daniel Beckwitt and the reason behind the network of tunnels under his Bethesda house, where a man died last year while digging.
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