Tracking the on going conflicts on the Korean Peninsula
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Many GOP senators are skeptical that Trump can reach an agreement with Kim Jong Un to completely denuclearize the Korean peninsula.
As Tuesday's landmark summit between the leaders of the United States and North Korea drew to a close, questions remained for US allies in East Asia as to what Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un's budding relationship will mean for the region.
It's a measure of Kim Jong Un's confidence as North Korean leader that he's left his country to meet US President Donald Trump in Singapore, the farthest he's traveled since taking on his father's role in 2011.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived at the Capella hotel in Singapore on Tuesday for their historic summit.
President Trump flew from a tempestuous G-7 meeting in Canada to Singapore to meet the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo might be smiling, but be cautious of the good news coming out of the New York minisummit between Pompeo and senior North Korean official Kim Yong Chol — because Kim is a very devious guy.
A week after abruptly scrapping his prized summit with Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump buoyantly announced on Friday the historic talks were back on for June 12 in Singapore.
The talks happened as efforts continue to get Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong-un back on track.
“We’re talking to them now,” the president says about the North Koreans, one day after dramatically calling off his meeting with Kim Jong Un.
South Korea's spy agency says that the top diplomat fled Pyongyang's Rome embassy with his wife.
The announcement follows unconfirmed reports that Pyongyang's top diplomat in Italy had sought asylum from an unidentified Western country.
Jo Song-gil, the acting North Korean amba...
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Thursday it will never unilaterally give up its nuclear weapons unless the United States first removes what Pyongyang called a nuclear threat. The surprisingly blunt statement jars with Seoul's rosier presentation of the North Korean position and coul...
North Korea said on Wednesday it would permanently abolish its key missile facilities in the presence of foreign experts, the latest gesture by leader Kim Jong Un to revive faltering talks with Washington over his country’s nuclear program.
North Korea's foreign minister greeted the U.S. Secretary of State with a smile, then delivered a scathing attack on the Trump administration
North Korea is building ICBMs at a facility outside Pyongyang, a sign that the country is continuing its weapons programs despite U.S. diplomacy.
Team Trump on Tuesday minimized revelations that US spy agencies believed that North Korea was building new missiles in the same research facility that manufactured earlier ballistic missiles capab…
Pyongyang could be trying to build trust as they engage in talks with Washington, but analysts are skeptical.
For more than a decade, North Korea has operated a uranium enrichment site just outside Pyongyang.
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry accused the Trump administration of pushing a “gangster-like demand for denuclearization.” But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the talks “productive.”
President Trump is scheduled to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un June 12 in Singapore.
North Korea's new top three military officers are known for their unquestioning support of leader Kim Jong Un and are flexible enough to accept the massive changes that may come from any deal with U.S. President Donald Trump, people who follow the secretive country say.