Britain's top diplomat says it's time for North Korea to take concrete actions toward eliminating its nuclear weapons.
As North Korea prepares for a parade featuring scary-looking missiles, some potentially capable of reaching the U.S., concern is rising in South Korea.
North Korea is capable of cooperating on what they don't mind doing — recovery operations — while refusing to cooperate on what they don't intend to do — denuclearization.
In an emotional and solemn ceremony, the remains of dozens of presumed casualties from the Korean War were escorted by military honor guards onto U.S. soil.
When North Korea handed over 55 boxes of bones that it said are remains of American war dead, it provided just a single military dog tag.
"There is an awful long way to go" Pompeo told lawmakers about North Korea. But, he pledged negotiations would not "drag out to no end."
North Korea appears to be dismantling facilities at its main satellite launch site in a step toward meeting a commitment made during the Kim-Trump Summit.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday sanctions on North Korea will remain in place until the country achieves "final" denuclearization, brushing aside Pyongyang's harsh criticism of the efforts as "gangster-like."
The June 12 summit and forthcoming diplomatic talks highlight the need to understand the history of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un landed in Beijing on Tuesday for a two-day visit at which he's expected to meet with Chinese leaders and discuss his next steps after last week's nuclear summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.