In the aftermath of World War II, the U.S. found a new enemy—its recent Soviet ally—and a new kind of conflict was born.
The president withdraws sanctions imposed yesterday by the U.S. Treasury Department.
At least one DPRK official has blamed the failed negotiations in Hanoi on the "gangster-like" behavior of Donald Trump's cabinet members.
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In a new Twitter salvo, the president accuses Democrats of trying to sabotage his negotiations with Kim Jong-un during their Hanoi summit.
The two nations are eliminating their massive seasonal drills and replacing them with smaller exercises in an effort to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Kim spends his last day in Hanoi laying wreaths at a war memorial and at the mausoleum of Vietnamese national hero Ho Chi Minh.
Officials maintain the Supreme Leader sought only partial relief, and that he was willing to commit to a permanent halt on missile testing.
We may never know why the denuclearization talks collapsed, but the president appears to have bowed to the hardliners in his cabinet.