Is a North Korea breakthrough ahead for US?
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports Kim Jong Un pressed for a summit with President Trump by appearing to promise to end his nuclear program if the U.S. will make peace with North Korea.
ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl reports the latest in politics on "This Week."
In an ABC News exclusive, Mike Pompeo discusses North Korea on "This Week" in his first interview since being confirmed as secretary of state.
Both presidents are working toward a peace treaty formally ending the Korean War.
The nations signed an armistice when the fighting ended in 1953, but have now agreed to pursue a proper peace agreement.
The family of American Otto Warmbier has filed a lawsuit against North Korea.
"The View" co-hosts react to the historic moment and discuss who's to credit for making it happen.
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The two nations have agreed to denuclearize the peninsula and later this year formally end the war that began in 1950.
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in meet in the demilitarized zone to discuss denuclearization.