Historic Handshake

A historic summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un appears to put both countries on a new path toward peace.

Handshakes, signatures and promises. The sweeping images from Singapore show President Trump and Kim Jong Un approaching one another, then shaking hands. An incredible moment between the leaders of two countries that technically remain at war. The two signed a comprehensive agreement, with North Korea committing to denuclearization in exchange for security guarantees. There was also a promise to return…

Starting the Summit

The President is starting his summit trip with a sit-down with Singapore's Prime Minister.

  The international spotlight is on Asia with both summit attendees landing in Singapore on Sunday. Ahead of President Trump’s highly anticipated summit with north Korean leader Kim Jong Un Tuesday, the President will be attending a closed bilateral meeting with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee. And tomorrow, all eyes will be on the unprecedented one-on-one meeting between the sitting U.S….

Looming Summit

President Trump is preparing for what could be the most consequential trip of his presidency- tomorrow's summit with North Korea.

  President Trump is heading to Canada today for the G-7 summit, and while that could entail some real drama about the U.S.’s new tariffs, he is already looking to duck out early to make the journey to Singapore. Singapore is getting ready, beefing up security. The President received some last minute advice from Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe at…

Making a Meeting

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to meet with the highest-ranking North Korean official to visit the United States in nearly two decades.

A lot of negotiating ahead, with a daunting timeline. Negotiations continue to kickstart the canceled summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, with a number of moving parts on two continents to make the meeting happen. Later today North Korean official Kim Yong Chol is expected to arrive in New York and meet with U.S. secretary…

Summit Sinks

President Trump has decided to pull out of next month's summit with Kim Jong Un.

It was a surprise move from President Trump, but both sides seem to holding out hope that the talks will get back on track. North Korea still wants this summit to happen, or at least that’s what they’re saying. However, the White House says that’s not the message they’ve been getting from the regime. President trump says he pulled out…

Summit Set

Both the date and location have been announced for a historic summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

After a day that saw the release of three American citizens that had been held in North Korea, more goodwill as the host site and date of meeting of the two nations has been set. Singapore will be the place where President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un could make history. The city-state sits almost 3,000 miles from North…

Summit Talks Surface

The White House is laying the groundwork for what would be a historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Both the United States and North Korea are moving forward with plans for this summit, even after President Trump expressed both willingness and skepticism in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Wednesday. One meeting with Kim Jong Un has already taken place. CIA director Mike Pompeo, who’s been nominated to be Secretary of State, met with Kim Jong…

G20 Begins

Protests announced the start of today's G20 Summit in Germany.

The clashes have already begun. A tense morning in Germany after some standoffs between police and protesters turned violent. The crowds came for a number of reasons, like opposing capitalism, climate change, or dissatisfaction with President Trump, who arrived yesterday. The most anticipated meeting of the international summit will come later today as President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir…