Donald Trump to meet with Kim Jong Un on denuclearization
"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.
"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.
ABC's Bob Woodruff interviews the former NBA superstar, who has gotten more access to North Korea's dictator than any other American.
The Pentagon is preparing to allow transgender individuals to enlist in the U.S. military beginning Jan. 1 in compliance with a federal court ruling from two weeks ago.
Former NBA player suggested he is partly responsible for Warmbier's release, as the university student's family and friends honor his memory.
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Rodman suggested in an exclusive interview with ABC News that he is partly responsible for the reclusive nation's release of American college student Otto Warmbier, who died after being returned to the U.S.
"Surrounded by his loving family, Otto died today at 2:20 p.m.," his family said in part in a statement.
Fred Warmbier said he feels "relief that Otto is now home in the arms of those who love him and anger that he was so brutally treated for so long."