President Donald Trump has agreed to “alter” the 1953 armistice halting the Korean War if North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, revealing an apparent promise from Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un that wasn’t announced at the time. “He has made very clear his commitment to fully denuclearize his country,” Pompeo said of the North Korean leader during a speech at the Detroit Economic Club on Tuesday. “In return for that, the president has committed to making sure that we alter the armistice agreement, provide the security assurances that Chairman Kim needs.” Before the June 12 summit, Trump raised the possibility that a formal

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President Donald Trump has agreed to “alter” the 1953 armistice halting the Korean War if North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, revealing an apparent promise from Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un that wasn’t announced at the time. “He has made very clear his commitment to fully denuclearize his country,” Pompeo said of the North Korean leader during a speech at the Detroit Economic Club on Tuesday. “In return for that, the president has committed to making sure that we alter the armistice agreement, provide the security assurances that Chairman Kim needs.” Before the June 12 summit, Trump raised the possibility that a formal

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Anna Baton was a teenager when her mother received a telegram informing the family that her brother, Army Sgt. Alfred Devanno of Norwich, who went missing in action while fighting in the Korean War, was presumed dead. More than 65 years later, his remains are still unaccounted for. “I say a prayer every night that they find something to give us closure,” Baton, 82, of Norwich, said. After his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this month, President Donald Trump announced a commitment by both sides to recover the remains of American troops missing from the war, raising the possibility that the families of those still unaccounted for might finally get

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Anna Baton was a teenager when her mother received a telegram informing the family that her brother, Army Sgt. Alfred Devanno of Norwich, who went missing in action while fighting in the Korean War, was presumed dead. More than 65 years later, his remains are still unaccounted for. “I say a prayer every night that they find something to give us closure,” Baton, 82, of Norwich, said. After his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this month, President Donald Trump announced a commitment by both sides to recover the remains of American troops missing from the war, raising the possibility that the families of those still unaccounted for might finally get

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A malicious cyberattack campaign carried out by the North Korean government was detected by U.S. intelligence agencies Thursday — just two days after the historic summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. An analysis compiled by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security revealed the North Korean government has deployed Trojan malwares known as “Hidden Cobras,” which are used to hamper or completely disable entire computer systems. “This malware variant is known as TYPEFRAME,” the DHS’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team said in a statement. “The intent of sharing this information is to enable network defenders to identify and reduce exposure to North Korean government cyber activity.” U.S. intelligence

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A malicious cyberattack campaign carried out by the North Korean government was detected by U.S. intelligence agencies Thursday — just two days after the historic summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. An analysis compiled by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security revealed the North Korean government has deployed Trojan malwares known as “Hidden Cobras,” which are used to hamper or completely disable entire computer systems. “This malware variant is known as TYPEFRAME,” the DHS’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team said in a statement. “The intent of sharing this information is to enable network defenders to identify and reduce exposure to North Korean government cyber activity.” U.S. intelligence

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Two Norwegian lawmakers have nominated President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize following his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore this week. House Republicans in Washington floated the idea of the President receiving the prize and had sent a letter last month to the Norwegian Nobel Committee requesting the President’s nomination. Christian Tybring-Gjedde and Per-Willy Amundsen of Norway’s right-leaning Progress Party issued the nomination based on the outcome of the Trump-Kim summit, which produced a historic agreement between the two countries. The nomination would be for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, as this year’s nominations closed in January. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in

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Two Norwegian lawmakers have nominated President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize following his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore this week. House Republicans in Washington floated the idea of the President receiving the prize and had sent a letter last month to the Norwegian Nobel Committee requesting the President’s nomination. Christian Tybring-Gjedde and Per-Willy Amundsen of Norway’s right-leaning Progress Party issued the nomination based on the outcome of the Trump-Kim summit, which produced a historic agreement between the two countries. The nomination would be for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, as this year’s nominations closed in January. Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in

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President Donald Trump gave North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a “very direct number” to reach him, he told reporters Friday. “I gave him a very direct number. He can now call me if he has difficulty. I can call him. We have communication. That’s a very good thing,” Trump said. “We now have a very good relationship with North Korea,” Trump also said. President Trump says he has a “very good” relationship with Kim Jong Un: “I gave him a very direct number. He can now call me if he has difficulties. I can call him. We have communication. That’s a good thing.” https://t.co/iDFgMpAMgu pic.twitter.com/5Ktx2DQJtq — CBS News (@CBSNews) June

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President Donald Trump gave North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a “very direct number” to reach him, he told reporters Friday. “I gave him a very direct number. He can now call me if he has difficulty. I can call him. We have communication. That’s a very good thing,” Trump said. “We now have a very good relationship with North Korea,” Trump also said. President Trump says he has a “very good” relationship with Kim Jong Un: “I gave him a very direct number. He can now call me if he has difficulties. I can call him. We have communication. That’s a good thing.” https://t.co/iDFgMpAMgu pic.twitter.com/5Ktx2DQJtq — CBS News (@CBSNews) June

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The Pentagon is expected to cancel an August military exercise between the U.S. and South Korea, and the announcement could come on Thursday, officials said this week. A senior administration official spoke to Fox News about the possible cancellation of Ulchi Freedom Guardian, and CNN was first to report the news. President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the United States will end its “war games” with South Korea, this after a much-anticipated meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore – the first time a sitting U.S. President has met with a North Korean leader. However, joint U.S.-South Korea military drills will resume if North Korea stops its nuclear program

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The Pentagon is expected to cancel an August military exercise between the U.S. and South Korea, and the announcement could come on Thursday, officials said this week. A senior administration official spoke to Fox News about the possible cancellation of Ulchi Freedom Guardian, and CNN was first to report the news. President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the United States will end its “war games” with South Korea, this after a much-anticipated meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore – the first time a sitting U.S. President has met with a North Korean leader. However, joint U.S.-South Korea military drills will resume if North Korea stops its nuclear program

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who led several of the talks with North Korean officials prior to the summit in Singapore between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un this week, is headed to Beijing on Thursday to discuss the possible next steps of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Two days prior to Pompeo’s upcoming meeting with China, Kim Jong Un and President Trump signed a document agreeing to the “complete denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula while the U.S. provides security guarantees to North Korea. Secretary of State Pompeo will meet with several of North Korea’s neighboring countries to discuss the summit and the next steps on topics

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who led several of the talks with North Korean officials prior to the summit in Singapore between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un this week, is headed to Beijing on Thursday to discuss the possible next steps of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Two days prior to Pompeo’s upcoming meeting with China, Kim Jong Un and President Trump signed a document agreeing to the “complete denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula while the U.S. provides security guarantees to North Korea. Secretary of State Pompeo will meet with several of North Korea’s neighboring countries to discuss the summit and the next steps on topics

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During the historic summit in Singapore this week, President Donald Trump showed Kim Jong Un with a video that emphasized a message of peace. The 4-minute video has gone viral, with nearly 4 million views on Facebook as of Wednesday afternoon. It was produced by Destiny Pictures. The video was actually created by the National Security Council (NSC). Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! “The video was created by the National Security Council to help the President demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Korean Peninsula,” NSC spokesman Garrett Marquis said in a statement. “We

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During the historic summit in Singapore this week, President Donald Trump showed Kim Jong Un with a video that emphasized a message of peace. The 4-minute video has gone viral, with nearly 4 million views on Facebook as of Wednesday afternoon. It was produced by Destiny Pictures. The video was actually created by the National Security Council (NSC). Download our FREE Mobile App – The Highest Rated Military News App in the World! “The video was created by the National Security Council to help the President demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Korean Peninsula,” NSC spokesman Garrett Marquis said in a statement. “We

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President Donald Trump showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un his presidential state car, a $1.5 million limousine also known as “The Beast.” After Trump gestured towards the limousine, designed to sustain bullets, bombs, and chemical attacks, a Secret Service agent opened a passenger door and Kim smiled and peered in. Trump’s gesture was perhaps an attempt to bond over their shared appreciation for luxury goods. In a show of their newly friendly rapport, President Donald Trump gave North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a glimpse inside his presidential state car, a $1.5 million Cadillac also known as “The Beast.” Media watched as the two leaders strolled around the grounds of the

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President Donald Trump showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un his presidential state car, a $1.5 million limousine also known as “The Beast.” After Trump gestured towards the limousine, designed to sustain bullets, bombs, and chemical attacks, a Secret Service agent opened a passenger door and Kim smiled and peered in. Trump’s gesture was perhaps an attempt to bond over their shared appreciation for luxury goods. In a show of their newly friendly rapport, President Donald Trump gave North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a glimpse inside his presidential state car, a $1.5 million Cadillac also known as “The Beast.” Media watched as the two leaders strolled around the grounds of the

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The U.S. expects North Korea to take “major, major disarmament” steps before the end of President Donald Trump’s first term in office, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday from South Korea. The Latest: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. wants North Korea to take major nuclear disarmament steps within the next two years. https://t.co/8uApeyTiBv — The Associated Press (@AP) June 13, 2018 Pompeo would not disclose a timeline but said the Trump Administration is hopeful the denuclearization steps will take place before the end of the President’s first term, which ends January 2021. The Secretary of State also said that joint U.S.-South Korea military drills will resume if

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The U.S. expects North Korea to take “major, major disarmament” steps before the end of President Donald Trump’s first term in office, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday from South Korea. The Latest: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. wants North Korea to take major nuclear disarmament steps within the next two years. https://t.co/8uApeyTiBv — The Associated Press (@AP) June 13, 2018 Pompeo would not disclose a timeline but said the Trump Administration is hopeful the denuclearization steps will take place before the end of the President’s first term, which ends January 2021. The Secretary of State also said that joint U.S.-South Korea military drills will resume if

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