In our news wrap Tuesday, the confirmed death toll from Hurricane Florence climbed to 34, as huge swaths of North Carolina remained underwater. Also, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met South Korean President Moon Jae-in to begin their third…
By Larisa Epatko
At this week’s summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Moon is tasked with getting more answers without putting his relationship with Kim (or the U.S.) at risk.
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
At his third summit with Kim next week in Pyongyang, South Korean President Moon Jae-in faces his toughest challenge yet: delivering something substantive that goes beyond previous vague statements on denuclearization.
By Judy Woodruff, Larisa Epatko
Former Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday he’s “never” seen an administration in as much disarray as President Donald Trump’s, and warned that other countries were “taking advantage” of the chaos in Washington. Kerry joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
By Eric Talmadge, Associated Press
North Korea rolled out some of its latest tanks and marched its best-trained goose-stepping units through Kim Il Sung Square in a major military parade on Sunday to mark its 70th anniversary.
By Nick Schifrin, Judy Woodruff, Morgan Till
Secretary of Defense James Mattis held a rare, on-camera press briefing today, fielding questions on Yemen, North Korea and the trans-Atlantic alliance. In Europe, meanwhile, top leaders voiced renewed concern about the outlook for their relationship with the U.S. Foreign…
By John Pye, Associated Press
The folk song Arirang played and the "unification" flag was raised to celebrate the first gold medal by a combined Koreas team at a major multi-sport event.
In our news wrap Friday, the family of Arizona senator John McCain announced that he is ending treatment for his aggressive form of brain cancer. Also, President Trump postponed an upcoming visit to North Korea by Secretary of State Mike…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
The surprise announcement appeared to mark a concession by the president to domestic and international concerns that his prior claims of world-altering progress on the peninsula had been strikingly premature.
The Korean War divided more than a peninsula. As relations between the North and South improve, families are starting to be reunited after living apart -- and not knowing each other’s fate -- for decades. But will these powerful moments…
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