Warheads are still in bunkers and nuclear fuel is being produced for more bombs even as Trump declares there is no longer a threat.
A team has been dispatched to the North Korean side of the DMZ to discuss denuclearization.
Lawmakers and security experts said they doubt that Kim Jong Un will unilaterally disarm.
The U.S. had hoped to convince Kim to open up about uranium enrichment and past weapons sales.
Detainee reports portray Baghdadi as preoccupied with educating future terrorists.
U.N. inspectors gained unprecedented access to Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2015. Experts fear a crucial window will be closed now that Trump is abandoning the deal.
Despite official denials, the intercepted communications describe a deal that included payoffs to U.S.-designated sponsors of terrorism.
Even as Kim Jong Un pledges to freeze nuclear tests, some weapons programs may advance in secret, experts say.
A Bahrain-based bank is said to have concealed massive cash transfers to help Iran.
South Korean officials announced that North Korea is willing to hold talks to curb its missile and nuclear arms programs. The surprising declaration, if true, would be a major development in denuclearizing the regime.