The Pentagon on Monday formally suspended a major military exercise planned for August with South Korea, a much-anticipated move stemming from President Donald Trump's nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
South Korean Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Lim Sung-nam sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss what he sees as the foundations of North Korea’s possible denuclearization and next steps in the process.
North Korean defectors say the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un was a wasted opportunity to address egregious human rights abuses in their home country.
President Trump started his Friday with an impromptu flurry of interviews on the White House lawn. To reporters, the president defended his friendly interaction with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, claimed complete vindication in the report on the Hillary…
President Trump has repeated that the nuclear weapons issue is now more important than 70 years of human rights atrocities committed by the Kim dynasty in North Korea. Two defectors with harrowing stories of starvation, deprivation, public executions, losing parents,…
By Matthew Pennington, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
President Donald Trump falsely declared victory after his meeting with North Korea's leader and twisted history in celebrating Tuesday's summit with Kim Jong Un. Here's a look at some of Trump's statements and how they compare with the facts…
By Associated Press
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the United States wants North Korea to take major nuclear disarmament steps within the next two years.
By Hyung-Jin Kim, Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
A day after President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held their summit in Singapore, is it clearer whether Moon Jae-in played a positive or negative role? A quick answer: Probably not.
By Anne Flaherty, Adam Schreck, Foster Klug, Associated Press
President Donald Trump declared on Twitter that there was "no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea," a bold and questionable claim following his summit that produced few guarantees on how and when Pyongyang would disarm.
By Jenny Marder, Larisa Epatko
And what happens now? We asked four foreign policy experts for their reaction to the summit and what’s next.
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