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President Donald Trump is falsely crediting his Singapore summit with the destruction of missile launch sites in North Korea. No such action has been announced by the North Koreans. [Read More]
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In her presidential weekly briefing, Samantha Vinograd writes how Trump's performance at Singapore summit makes Putin even more eager to meet with him soon. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is falsely crediting his Singapore summit with the destruction of missile launch sites in North Korea. No such action has been announced by the North Koreans. [Read More]
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North Korean sports administrators are hoping the country will come in from the sporting cold in the wake of leader Kim Jong Un's summit with Donald Trump in Singapore. Isolated and subject to UN Security Council sanctions over its banned nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes, North Korea does not often host international sporting events. An AFC Women's Asian Cup qualifying group last year ?- when North played South ?- was the highest-profile event it had held for years. But as tensions mounted it lost the right to hold the junior world championships for judo and weightlifting, both of... [Read More]
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WASHINGTON: Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., wonders: "Is there any doubt that America would view a foreign nation firing missiles at targets on American soil as an act of war?" His question might be pertinent to why the Singapore summit happened, and what, if anything, was changed by it. The question certainly is relevant to constitutional government as it pertains — if it still does pertain — to war. [Read More]
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Business Insider Getty The Singapore summit was a big win for North Korea's Kim Jung-un. Trump enhanced the legitimacy of Kim's regime and helped partially lift the veil of its profound international isolation. The US-North Korea joint declaration was a broadly generic document, containing no tangible compromise between the two sides. The North Korean regime has managed to secure concessions from the US without necessarily agreeing to a clear denuclearization plan. After months of nail-biting anticipation, US President Donald Trump held a historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jung-un.See the rest of... [Read More]
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Trump's theatrics at the G7 summit and his meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong-un. Plus, the fixers' role in journalism. [Read More]
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"The people of two countries will be hospitalized." [Read More]
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Three days after the Singapore summit, the president is touting his status as America's diplomat-in-chief and is claiming to usher in a new era of peace. Gillian Turner has the details for 'Special Report.'... [Read More]
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North Korea's cyberattacks against US and its allies fails to make Singapore summit talking points 3 years after crippling Sony attack... [Read More]
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In honor Eid al-Fitr, black Muslims are sharing selfies using the hashtag #blackouteid. The hashtag was started by Aamina Mohamed four years ago to show how black Muslims celebrate Eid. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan. The the fourth year in a row, black Muslims are sharing selfies across social media using the hashtag #blackouteid. The hashtag was originally created by Aamina Mohamed, and is used by black Muslims across the world to show how they celebrate Eid. Around the globe Muslims are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, a... [Read More]
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The White House released an official photo of President Donald Trump shaking hands with Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Friday. The handshake, which took place during the Singapore Summit this week, marks a significant departure from Vice President Mike Pence's avoidance of the dignitary at the Winter Olympics earlier this year. [Read More]
Let's pray diplomacy works and that military action is never needed in North Korea. But a failure to confront a nuclear tyrant like Kim Jong Un would lead to irreversible devastation and a world on constant edge for gener... [Read More]
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The Singapore summit actually made the world a safer place. The president's critics won't admit it. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump returned from his Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un saying he wanted the US to treat him the way the North Korean people treat their leader. Trump said that Kim's people "sit up at attention" when he speaks, and Trump wants "my people to do the same." Trump later told a reporter he was being sarcastic. Trump previously admired North Korea's propaganda channel for lavishing praise on Kim. President Donald Trump returned from his Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with an apparent new respect for the... [Read More]
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The Singapore summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un had drama, imagery, pomp and circumstance, even a Hollywood-style promotional video. There were promises of denuclearization and hopes for a new relationship between the United States and North Korea. What was missing, however, were the specific details and concrete actions necessary to achieve such lofty goals. That work began at a less remarked on, but perhaps more important, meeting in Beijing two days later. Between Mike Pompeo and Xi Jinping. [Read More]
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The joint statement signed at the Singapore summit meeting includes a promise to resume long-stalled work to locate and return remains of thousands of American war dead. [Read More]
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Donald Trump meets Kim Jong Un; the situation with Fiat Chrysler and the UAW. [Read More]
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At his Singapore summit, Trump smartly saluted a North Korean general and then lavished praise on Kim Jong Un as a "strong guy" with a "good personality" and a "great negotiator." [Read More]
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Ri Chun Hee, one of the most recognizable faces in North Korea, has resurfaced to report on Kim Jong Un's meeting with President Donald Trump. Trump reportedly joked that her trademark enthusiasm and lavishing of praise towards the country's leadership would be great for US television. Ri's affinity for bright-pink traditional dress has earned her the affectionate title of "Pink Lady." Since retiring, Ri still announces major national events in her signature enthusiastic broadcasting style. Ri Chun Hee, the lively news reader for North Korea's state-run TV channel KCTV, resurfaced this week to report on the meeting... [Read More]
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