Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said the dramatic announcement that North and South Korean leaders will work toward a "nuclear-free Korean Peninsula" and try to officially end the Korean War would not have been possible without President Trump.
Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany battled former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer Zac Petkanas Friday over President Trump's progress in North Korea denuclearization talks.
U.S. and South Korean officials announced Thursday night that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un extended an invitation to meet with President Trump, which has been accepted.
Ed Henry reacted to a CNN post that claimed "Kim Jong Un's Sister Is Stealing the Show at the Winter Olympics," calling it "disgusting" and "absurd."
On "America's Newsroom," Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said he's not optimistic that the first talks between North and South Korea in more than two years will actually lead to progress on the Korean Peninsula.
The United Nations Command (UNC), which controls the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, released dramatic footage of a North Korean solider defecting to the South earlier this month.
The top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee said South Koreans are “confused” and “a little bit shaken” by President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea.
The Wall Street Journal's Seoul bureau chief said South Koreans are used to aggression from the North but are "uncertain" about the future now that that rhetoric has escalated.
Charles Krauthammer said the United States has two choices regarding how to stop North Korea from possibly sending a nuclear weapon toward America.
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Four people are dead and nearly 300 are missing after a ferry sank off the coast of South Korea. Most of the 459 people on board were high school students en route to a tourist island called Jeju.
North and South Korea exchanged fire during military drills near a disputed area in the Yellow Sea.