25 killed, including 9 journalists, in Afghan suicide bombing
A veteran photographer for the AFP was among the dead.
Kim Jong Un will allow U.S. and South Korean experts to watch the secretive regime close down its nuclear test site.
Both presidents are working toward a peace treaty formally ending the Korean War.
The report criticized Trump aides for "poor judgment" in the Trump Tower campaign meeting.
The family of American Otto Warmbier has filed a lawsuit against North Korea.
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North Korea's Kim Jong Un made history by becoming the country's first leader to cross the border into South Korea.
"The Fast and the Furious" star traveled to Mexico, where she took part in a five-day intensive spiritual boot camp with Sergio Magana.
Thurman, the father of actress Uma Thurman, spoke to ABC News' Dan Harris about his relationship with the Dalai Lama.
Two Australian men posed as professional golfers and convinced officials they were from the national golf team to compete in the North Korean Golf Championships in Pyongyang.