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Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in visited North Korea’s tallest peak, the latest sign peace talks are making progress
On the third and final day of his trip to North Korea on Thursday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in was treated to a trip most South Koreans can only dream of.
Trump’s team divided with the president over ‘frustratingly slow’ progress with North Korea and his friendly demeanor toward Kim Jon...
President Donald Trump's advisers are growing increasingly impatient with the "frustratingly slow" progress with North Korea regarding denuclearization, according to The New Yorker.
Kim Jong Un says the country has already taken steps towards denuclearization and is eyeing the US to make the next move
The relationship between the US and North Korea remains uneasy, though both sides appear to be open to dialogue.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham once urged President Donald Trump to encourage China to assasinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and replace him with a general they could control, according to Bob Woodward's new book, "Fear."
Even though President Donald Trump has failed to even loosen a screw on a single North Korean nuclear weapon, he's demonstrably sidelined the nuclear issue and presided over an unprecedented pause in missile testing.
Woodward told CBS that President Donald Trump was fixated on the US's spending $3.5 billion a year to station troops in South Korea and that Trump once drafted a tweet appearing to signal to North Korea the US's willingness to to go to war.
From the availability of drugs to the abundance of rollerbladers, the outside world may be surprised to hear these facts about the nation of North Korea.
Though Kim Jong Un has fought to present the Hermit Kingdom to the world as a bastion of military might, the reality of daily life in North Korea is grim. Much of the country lives in poverty thousands of people are held as political prisoners, and the government controls most aspects of life.
What North Korean experts don’t understand about the country, according to a defector who lived there for 20 years
North Korean defector Kim Young-il spent 20 years in North Korea, and he says leader Kim Jong Un and his government feed its people false information to maintain order, and experts treat this propaganda as fact.
Trump's thank you came after South Korean diplomats met with Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang, when he expressed an intention to denculearize his country before the end of Trump's first term, and said that he trusts the president.