Despite Trump’s three meetings with Kim, the North Korean leader is expanding his arsenal.
North Korea is preparing for a massive military parade to mark the 75th anniversary of its ruling party next month.
The account comes from CNN's review of Bob Woodward's upcoming book, "Rage."
Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have met three times since embarking on their high-stakes nuclear diplomacy.
The meeting was held amid a prolonged deadlock in negotiations with the United States over the North’s nuclear program.
The North's official Korean Central News Agency reported that Kim attended the ceremony in Sunchon with other officials.
As the absolute leader of a country with a nuclear weapons program, Kim's health is matter of intense interest.
Questions about the North’s political future are likely to grow if he fails to attend upcoming public events.
A U.S. official said the White House was aware before the reports appeared late Monday that Kim’s health might be precarious...
The Korean Central News Agency said Kim guided an artillery firing competition between army units on Thursday.
New soldiers at Fort Sill were the first to graduate Army Basic Combat Training wearing the service's new Army Greens.
Air Force 1st Lt. Kenneth "Kage" Allen was killed.
Soldiers offered feedback on the Army's futuristic new IVAS technology.
The Defense Department is predicting flat or declining budgets in future years.
Preparations are underway across the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to receive doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.