The president plans to meet with Kim Jong Un in February to try to coax the North to give up its nuclear program.
Kim Jong Un expresses hope for continuation of nuclear talks with Trump but also warns the U.S. against further sanctions and pressure.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says that to defuse crises and prevent accidental clashes, the Koreas have agreed to establish a committee to evaluate how to reduce tensions and maintain communication.
The North Korean leader and the South Korean president arrive in Pyongyang, where they are expected to have talks over lunch.
The North celebrates with a major military parade and a revival of its iconic mass games. In keeping with leader Kim Jong Un's new policies, the emphasis is firmly on economic development.
In a tightly controlled event, about 200 South Koreans and their family members cross into North Korea for three days of meetings with their northern relatives.
The transfer of remains of Americans who died in the 1950-53 Korean War is the first tangible result of the June summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
The U.S. secretary of state, visiting Pyongyang, vows to define the commitments that Kim Jong Un made to President Trump about denuclearization.
After the Singapore summit, Kim Jong Un's state media show the U.S. president in a new light, looking serious and almost regal.
Kim Jong Un is known for pushing the envelope with threats and bluster as he seeks security for North Korea. But lately he's gained notoriety for the size of his envelopes alone.