Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he's “very hopeful” about resuming nuclear talks with North Korea. North Korea says no thanks.
All signs point to a long-range missile test, North Korea's first in 18 months.
They only threatened to pull out "dotard" again, but they might as well have said it.
North Korea has now launched more missiles in 2019 than in any year on record.
They claim last weekend's talks designed to kickstart stalled negotiations on denuclearization failed because the U.S. came to the table “empty-handed”
Trump walked out of the last one, but South Korean President Moon Jae-In says he doesn't see it as a failure.
The two world leaders could have their first meeting as early as next week.
Pyongyang is pulling out of the inter-Korean liaison office after new U.S. sanctions
U.N. monitors reported they had observed “a consistent trend on the part of North Korea to disperse its assembly, storage and testing locations.”
Assessments from senior U.S. officials are at odds with the White House.