US and North Korea: Different understandings of "denuclearization" stand as a major stumbling block to the possibly history-making talks.
North Korea's foreign minister met with his Swedish counterpart Thursday after making a surprise trip to Stockholm that has fueled speculation about a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
In North Korea – several days after the announcement of a summit with the U.S. – not a word about it has been reported by the state-run media.
After months of trading insults and threats of nuclear annihilation, President Trump agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un by the end of May.
South Korea's president said that many "critical moments" still lie ahead to end the nuclear crisis despite North Korea's recent outreach to Seoul and Washington.
With its stance on the situation in North Korea, is the Trump administration essentially proposing a second iteration of the Bush Doctrine?
North Korea suggested it was open to talks with the United States that could include steps to curb the North's nuclear program.
The "bloody nose" attack scenario is dangerous because North Korea would respond against the South – and many Americans would likely die.
A North Korean envoy making a rare visit to South Korea said Sunday that his country was willing to open talks with the United States.
The White House said Sunday it would wait and see whether a new overture by North Korea for talks with the United States means it is serious about disarming.