Kim Jong Un, In Dramatic Development, Wants to Halt Nuclear Program, Meet with Trump

In a major breakthrough on the issue of North Korea’s nuclear missile program, that country’s reclusive, and often belligerent leader, has indicated that he wants to completely halt his country’s nuclear program and meet with U.S. President Donald Trump face-to-face to discuss permanent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. A statement was read late this evening […]

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Kim Jong Un Signals Willingness to Talk About Nuclear Program

In a surprising development, North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un has signaled that he is willing to enter into negotiations with United States about giving up his country’s nuclear and ballistic missile program.  He also expressed willingness to suspend those missile tests while the dialogue is underway.  The overture was made to South Korean negotiators […]

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High-Level South Korean Delegation Visits North in Sign Summit May be Forthcoming

A high-ranking delegation from South Korea is in North Korea today and has met with that country’s reclusive leader Kim Jong Un, the South Korean government announced.  The group, a 10-member delegation, was sent to Pyongyang by South Korean President Moon Jae-in, to focus on inter-Korean relations and lay the groundwork for talks, which would […]

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North Korea Ends Olympics in a Surprising Fashion – With an Invitation to Talk

Updated 1:20 p.m. The North Korean government has made an overture to the U.S. for direct talks telling the South Koreans that they have “ample intentions of holding talks with the United States.” The statement was made by a North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol during a rare visit to the South.  In a notable […]

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U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem to Open in May in Dramatic Move-Up of Opening Schedule

The United States will open its embassy in the city of Jerusalem this May according to the Trump administration, moving the opening date of the facility up by months, if not years.  “In May, the United States plans to open a new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said. “The opening will […]

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Trump Administration Set to Announce Sweeping New Sanctions Against North Korea

The Trump administration is set to announce a sweeping new set of sanctions against North Korea in the latest effort to prod the regime to abandon its nuclear weapons development program.  President Trump is set to unveil the new sanctions during his address to the Conservative Political Action Conference this morning, and the U.S. Treasury […]

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Vice President Mike Pence had a Secret Meeting Scheduled with the North Koreans But They Cancelled, According to His Staff

Vice President Mike Pence had planned to secretly meet with North Korean officials while in South Korea a few weeks ago, but the North Koreans backed out of the meeting, according the Vice President’s office. Pence was on a trip to the far east to visit with allies Japan and South Korea, and to also […]

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North Korean Government on Verge of Expanding Cyber-Espionage Operations, Security Firm Says

A cybersecurity firm in California, FireEye, has concluded with high confidence that a North Korean cyber-espionage group known as APT37 has expanded its operations in both scope and sophistication, and that it’s working on behalf of the North Korean government, according to a report released by the firm today. FireEye says that APT37’s primary mission […]

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Pence to Convene Meeting of Space Council to Discuss U.S. Plans to Go to “Moon Mars and Worlds Beyond”

Vice President Mike Pence will convene a meeting of the National Space Council at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL, this week to discuss plans for the U.S. to once again to travel to the moon.  Leaders from the civil, private and national security sectors will brief the Vice President on NASA’s plans […]

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Vice President Mike Pence Said U.S. is Open to Continued Dialogue with North Korea But Sanctions Will Remain

Vice President Mike Pence has relayed to South Korean President Moon Jae-in the U.S.’ approval of continued talks with the North Koreans, but stressed that the North would get no sanctions relief simply for continuing a dialogue.  Pence lead the U.S. delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, over the weekend Pence […]

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