U.S. State Secretary Pompeo says Washington wished to continue talks with Pyongyang, but gives no sign of willingness to soften demand North Korea give up its nuclear weapons
Move is seen as preparation to restart missile tests; facilities were dismantled last year when Pyongyang entered talks with U.S. and South Korea
U.S. president calls Democrats' decision to interview his longtime fixer at same time as summit 'perhaps a new low in American politics'
In rare move, Pyongyang's delegation called a late-night news conference to deny U.S. president's statement that it 'wanted sanctions lifted in their entirety' in Hanoi summit
Unidentified Men Entered North Korea's Embassy in Madrid, Bound and Gagged Staff, and Stole Computers
The Interior Ministry officially said police were investigating an incident, but gave no details except to say that a North Korean citizen had been injured and that no one had filed a complaint
Trump said he had walked away from a nuclear deal at his summit with Kim Jong Un in Vietnam on Thursday because of unacceptable demands from the North Korean leader
Just hours after the North Korean leader said he was open to a denuclearization deal, talks abruptly end
Leaders also express openness U.S. liaison office in North Korea
Trump in Second Nuclear Summit With North Korea: Excellent Relations and Unlimited Economic Potential
Leaders of the United States and North Korea meet to discuss nuclear disarmament in exchange for relief from sanctions
The North Korean leader's decision to take the train instead of flying harkens back to the diplomatic trips of his grandfather Kim Il Sung
Kim Jong Un is travelling to Hanoi ahead of a meeting with Trump on February 27 and 28, following their historic first conference last June
The meeting, to be held next week, is intended for officials to further 'explain what concrete steps they want from each other' before February's major conference
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to discuss denuclearization; U.S. intelligence officials say North Korea unlikely to give up weapons
The directors of the CIA, FBI, National Security Agency and other intelligence agencies rebuked U.S. President Donald Trump at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Tuesday
Despite 10 rounds of talks since March, the allies have failed to strike an accord to replace a 2014 deal for troop costs that expired last year
Seven months after declaring the threat had been eliminated, U.S. report calls Pyongyang 'extraordinary threat' ■ Chief negotiator slated to meet Pompeo and possibly go to the White House
Pentagon looking at putting a layer of sensors in space to more quickly detect enemy missiles as China and Russia develop more advanced weapons
In New Year address, leader also called on South Korea to 'completely stop' joint military drills with American forces
The 22-year-old was imprisoned after trying to steal a propaganda poster; he died shortly after he was returned to his family in a coma and with severe brain damage
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The project is intended to boost South Korea's capabilities to 'detect and track ballistic missiles from a long distance at an early stage'
A string of such tests last year had many fearing war before the North turned to engagement and diplomacy
'We don't want to repeat mistakes that prior administrations have made where promises are made, sanctions are lifted... and then promises are broken,' U.S. vice president says of ongoing negotiations with Pyongyang
A senior U.S. official told a small group of reporters that a follow-up meeting to the historic Singapore summit is 'likely sometime after the first of the year'
After a meeting between Secretary of State Pompeo and Kim Jong Un over the weekend, Trump tells reporters that 'incredible' progress has been made
The invitation to a pope is the first by a North Korean leader since Kim's father invited Pope John Paul in 2000
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with South Korean president immediately after visiting Pyongyang, says that second summit will occur 'as soon as possible'
Trump, speaking to reporters as he was entering the United Nations, said: 'I'll be meeting with Chairman Kim in the very near future'
The aftershocks were small but were detected by advanced seismic technology all over Eurasia, Columbia U. reports in new paper
The annual parade, which featured an unusually low number of missiles, comes at a sensitive time when Kim is trying to ease tensions with U.S. President Donald Trump