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If the shocking, recently announced meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un actually occurs, it will make history. No sitting U.S. president has ever met with a North Korean leader, though there have been lower-level sessions. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill
"We should all welcome diplomacy over fire and fury," former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett says on "The View" of the president's planned meeting.
After months of rising tension Trump has accepted Kim Jong Un's invitation to discuss denuclearization.
North Korea's arrival at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang may have captured the attention of foreign leaders, but it's a different dignitary who has South Korea enthralled this week. Weeks after South Korea agreed to accept a delegation from their isolated neighbors, local media has been
"Even though they say he's a bad man but he, to me, he's not a bad man," the former NBA player told ABC News' Bob Woodruff.
Despite his decidedly non-governmental look and unusual diplomatic style, former NBA superstar Dennis Rodman has gotten more access to North Korea’s dictator than any other American. ABC News recently sat down with Rodman to talk about his unique relationship with perhaps the most mysterious leader
ABC's Bob Woodruff interviews the former NBA superstar, who has gotten more access to North Korea's dictator than any other American.
HOUSTON -- Rockets guard James Harden said he was "pretty close" to not playing Saturday night due to a bruised right knee and anticipates having to play through pain for an extended period of time. Harden hurt the knee when he crashed into the basket support after being fouled by San Antonio Spurs