Former NBA great Dennis Rodman expects North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will visit the U.S. soon
President Trump on Sunday met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Demilitarized Zone on Sunday, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to step into North Korea.
Formal talks between the U.S. and North Korea broke down after a failed summit between Kim and Trump in February in Vietnam.
Former CIA Director General David Petraeus says the failed Hanoi summit shows the limits of what President Trump's personal negotiating skills can accomplish with Kim Jong-un.
Major General Robert Scales on President Trump walking away from a deal with North Korea.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un was not ready to make serious concessions with President Trump according to Cliff May, President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
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North Korean demanded the lifting of U.S.-led sanctions.
CFR Richard Haass discusses demilitarization of North Korea.
Trump has done more than any other president to negotiate peace with North Korea, said Christian Whiton.
Joining Trump will be Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.
Trump is extending his leadership across the globe.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may be showing signs of fulfilling his commitment to President Trump to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula, but is this really the right kind of progress the U.S. should be making?
Pompeo visited the Communist country for the third time on Friday – the first following the historic summit between its leader, Kim Jong Un, and President Trump in May – in an effort to encourage Pyongyang to get rid of its nuclear weapons.
Hyeonseo Lee lived in North Korea for 17 years before she escaped.
Singapore battled 40,000 thousand attacks when Trump was there.
North Korea is ripe for investment after President Trump’s historic summit with Kim Jong Un.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
The prospect of peace between the U.S. and North Korea may bring an economic surge to the Korean Peninsula, says legendary investor Jim Rogers.