The two Koreas held a fresh round of talks at the DMZ on Monday to discuss the third summit.
The dismal acknowledgment comes nearly two months after President Donald Trump held a historic summit.
- by Felicia Sonmez
A fundamental problem, say experts and former negotiators, is that the two governments don't even agree on the meaning of the word "denuclearisation".
- by Tracy Wilkinson
The US imposed sanctions on a Russian bank it said had facilitated a transaction with a person blacklisted for involvement with North Korea's nuclear program.
More than 10,000 new North Korean workers have registered in Russia since September, according to reported official Russian figures.
- by Kanishka Singh
US spy agencies are seeing signs that North Korea is constructing new missiles at a factory that produced the country's first ICBMs capable of reaching the US.
- by Ellen Nakashima and Joby Warrick
Australian mining magnate and anti-slavery campaigner Andrew Forrest has published a global index of modern slavery.
- by Adam Taylor
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she is "yet to absorb the impact" of Trump's claim he misspoke in Helsinki.
- by Nick Miller
North Korean officials did not show up Thursday for a meeting with Americans, officials said.
- by Choe Sang-hun
No new remains have been returned since the Singapore Summit, despite Donald Trump's assurances.
- by Tim Kelly
Mike Pompeo went to Pyongyang to get Kim Jong-un to give up his nuclear weapons. He left with a reminder of exactly what the price would be.