Russia and the Trump administration see eye to eye on North Korea.
With no official peace treaty and a heavily fortified border between them, the Koreas are still very much living the Cold War.
With the U.S. and South Korea suspending joint military exercises, Newsweek looks at the military forces facing off on the Korean Peninsula.
Satellite imagery shows Trump may have believed Kim Jong Un too quickly.
There was one criticism in particular that Fox News’s Sandra Smith pressed Rubio about Wednesday morning during a TV interview.
"The president had seen some of your comments over the last several days," Sanders told Rodman.
State-controlled media reported on the historic summit deepening the two leaders’ “friendly feelings.”
The president told reporters he used to discuss nukes with his uncle "all the time."
Russia is already thinking about how it can get involved in North Korea.
Carrey's latest artwork portrays North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump planning to "save the world from the bloodthirsty Canadians."
The U.S. president called the war games "very provocative" and "very expensive."
“For [Kim], nuclear weapons are a guarantee of his safety.”
"This is a despotic regime that murders its own citizens. And so, we're putting him on the same stage as the American president," Jeremy Bash said.
Trump urged photographers to make him and the North Korean leader look "handsome and thin."