Kanye West is preparing to fly to North Korea to meet with dictator Kim Jong Un, according to Dennis Rodman. The former NBA star told Us Weekly he plans to travel to North Korea with Kanye in September.
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When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un traveled to Singapore to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump, he was accompanied by a famous North Korean pop singer who is not his wife.
President Trump persuaded North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to give up his nuclear weapons by showing him a high quality, well-produced video that gave him only 2 options: live or die.
President Donald Trump, right, and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un held the first-ever meeting between a North Korean leader and a U.S. president in Singapore on Tuesday, June 12.
The two world leaders exceeded expectations by signing a peace agreement that stunned the world.
Former NBA superstar Dennis Rodman arrived in Singapore on Monday ahead of the historic summit between U.S. President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, left, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have agreed to end the war that separated the two Koreas and to denuclearize the peninsula. While the U.S. media continues to distract with stories of porn stars, the Korean leaders have ensured that nuclear bombs won't land in our backyards.
If you live near an air reserve base or an Army base, you've probably noticed an increase in activity after President Trump hinted at impending war with North Korea.
During a dinner with senior military leaders and their spouses on Thursday, Trump summoned the press to the State Dining Room and told them the moment was the "calm before the storm.
The pastor of a Texas mega church said God has given President Trump the go ahead to take out North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.
President Donald Trump says he would be "honored" to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Tump made the controversial statement when asked by Bloomberg News if he would meet with the dictator.
North Korea's days are numbered. President Trump invited the entire U.S. Senate -- all 100 senators -- to the White House today for a briefing on North Korea.
In an unprecedented move, the president ordered all 100 senators to board buses headed to the White House today to discuss military action against North Korea.