The U.S. led the U.N. coalition that stopped the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's invasion of the Republic of Korea in 1950 and helps defend it today.
The U.S. works with other countries to reduce risks from nuclear weapons and improve access to peaceful uses of nuclear technology.
There have been many attempts to bring peace to the Korean Peninsula. Here’s a brief timeline of U.S.-North Korea diplomatic relations.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives June 27 at the Group of 20 Leaders' Summit with a full schedule during his two-day stay.
President Trump says officials will keep working on a denuclearization deal. Chaiman Kim Jong Un promised not to resume missile and nuclear tests.
Removing North Korea's nuclear weapons is a priority for President Trump, and doing so will allow the Korean Peninsula to thrive.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says President Trump's approach has made it possible to achieve a denuclearized North Korea.
Ji Hyeon-A was detained and tortured in North Korea for her faith. Her story is a stark reminder of the persistence of religious persecution in the world.
At the U.N., President Trump urged world leaders to stand with the U.S. to block Iran’s actions in the Middle East and voiced optimism about North Korea.