Pyongyang's statement accuses the U.S. of trying to pressure the North into abandoning its nuclear program. It comes hours after the U.S. secretary of state reported there had been "a great deal of progress" in two days of talks.
The court's ruling ignores international law. The ban violates two treaties: the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
The president touts his negotiating acumen, but time and again he's shown he's not up to the task.
The highest court in the U.S. delivers a tsunami of decisions, most of which leave no doubt about its fiercely right-wing orientation.
The U.S. defense secretary and his Chinese counterpart strike a positive note as they tackle the thorny issue of how to get North Korea to fulfill a pledge to abandon its nuclear program.
In opinion coverage of the Trump-Kim meeting, the people with the most to lose and gain from it were almost uniformly ignored.
Even people unhappy with the president overall admire his efforts for detente with North Korea, according to a poll by The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
What the former vice president and Progressive Party presidential candidate advocated during the Cold War should be a benchmark for progressives judging our president today.