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North Korea Calls Joe Biden 'Fool Of Low IQ' Over Kim Criticism
Biden has accused President Donald Trump of cozying up to "dictators and tyrants" like Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Trump's Foreign Policy Challenges Are Mounting Around The World
By Catherine Lucey and Robert Burns, AP
The mounting challenges show the limits of Trump's self-touted ability to make a deal.
U.S. Seizes North Korean Cargo Vessel Due To Sanctions Violation
By Sarah N. Lynch and Michelle Nichols, Reuters
Officials said the ship, known as the “Wise Honest," was illicitly shipping coal from North Korea.
North Korea Fires Two Suspected Short-Range Missiles: South Korea
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Hyung-Jin Kim and Foster Klug, AP
South Korea’s presidential Blue House said in a statement that the North Korean launch on Thursday was “very concerning.”
KCNA KCNA / Reuters
Kim Jong Un Supervises 'Guided Weapons' Test; Trump Says: 'I'm With Him.'
The North Korean dictator "does not want to break his promise to me. Deal will happen!" Trump insisted in a tweet.
Russian Embassy: Trump Initiated Putin Call, And It Was 90 Minutes, Not 60
Statement says Putin suggested easing sanctions against North Korea the day before Kim Jong Un's regime tested more rocket launchers.
North Korea Fires An Unidentified Short-Range Missile
The weapons test comes as diplomatic talks with the U.S. have stalled.
Trump Likely Approved $2 Million Deal For Otto Warmbier's Release: Former U.S. Official
Joseph Yun said he signed the agreement in June 2017 when he was the U.S. State Department’s special representative to North Korea.
U.S. Agreed To Warmbier Payment
National Security adviser John Bolton confirmed the U.S. signed a deal to give North Korea $2 million for the release of imprisoned U.S. student Otto Warmbier, but noted that the U.S. broke the deal and no money was paid.
John Bolton Confirms U.S. Agreed To Pay North Korea $2 Million For Otto Warmbier
The national security adviser claimed, however, that the U.S. never followed through with the payment.
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North Korea's Kim Jong Un Seeks A Friend In Vladimir Putin
By Maria Vasilyeva and Vladimir Soldatkin, Reuters
The Russian president and North Korean leader exchanged views on the nuclear standoff, two months after Kim's summit with Trump ended in disagreement.
Joshua Roberts / Reuters
North Korea Issues Mild Criticism Of Bolton Over Media Interview
North Korea's criticism appears to be a continuation of its frustration at deadlocked nuclear negotiations with the United States.
North Korea Says Mike Pompeo Should Be Replaced In Talks By Someone More 'Mature'
By Joyce Lee and Hyonhee Shin, Reuters
North Korea also announced its first weapons test since nuclear talks broke down.
George Conway Taunts Donald Trump With Stream Of Consciousness Tweet About Kim Jong Un
Kellyanne Conway's husband shared the withering post in response to reports that North Korea had tested a new tactical guided weapon.
Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) via Reuters
North Korea Tests New 'Tactical Guided Weapon,' State-Run News Agency Says
The reported launch comes after Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump failed to reach a deal earlier this year at their second international summit.
SIPA USA/PA Images
Mike Pompeo Says He's 'Confident' A Third North Korea Summit Will Happen
The secretary of state was unable to specify a time frame, but said he hopes it will occur soon.
Trump Compares Special Olympics Debacle To Canceled North Korea Sanctions
In two weeks, the president walked back moves made by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the Treasury Department.
Mike Pompeo Again Refuses To Blame Kim Jong Un For Otto Warmbier's Death
The secretary of state broadly said the North Korean regime was at fault, but experts say he is still trying to play diplomat with Kim.
SIPA USA/PA Images
John Brennan: North Korea 'Duped' Trump Into 'Mindlessly' Quashing Sanctions
The former CIA director expressed concerns over the president's “very abnormal” and “bizarre" behavior.
Trump Cancels New North Korea-Linked Sanctions A Day After They Were Announced
The White House said Trump "likes" Kim Jong Un and didn't think the Treasury Department's sanctions were necessary.
U.S. Imposes First New North Korea Sanctions Since Trump's Failed Summit
By David Brunnstrom and Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
The move prohibits U.S. dealings with the designated companies and freezes any assets they have in the United States.
Woman Accused Of Assassinating Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Freed
By Eileen Ng, AP
Siti Aisyah and a co-defendant were accused of smearing VX nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam’s face in 2017.
Leah Millis / Reuters
John Bolton Refuses To Comment On New Images Of North Korean Launch Site
The national security adviser said he has his eye on North Korea but won't speculate on the photos.
North Korea Rebuilds Part Of Missile Launch Site It Promised Trump To Dismantle
By David Brunnstrom and Lisa Lambert, Reuters
The East Asian country is reportedly “pursuing a rapid rebuilding” at the site.
Trump Blames Democrats And Michael Cohen For Failure To Reach North Korea Deal
Trump's negotiations with Kim Jong Un coincided with Michael Cohen's testimony.
Trump Links Michael Cohen Testimony To His North Korea Summit Failure
"Shame!" the president decried.
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