One day after President Trump called off his summit with Kim Jong Un, North Korea said it was willing to give the U.S. "time and opportunities" to reconsider talks. Major Garrett reports.
In Ireland, voters have gone to the polls to consider whether to repeal some of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws. It would mark a major shift in a country long dominated by the Catholic Church. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The president also said he doesn't know "anything about" the Harvey Weinstein case
Ben Tracy was the only U.S. broadcast correspondent on the scene to witness what North Korea claimed was the demolition of its nuclear test site. He reports what he saw.
This week on "The Takeout," Karen Durham-Aguilera, executive director Army National Military Cemeteries, talks with Major Garrett about how the cemetery may change the standards for burial at Arlington
Sanctions that the U.S. imposed a month ago threatened to put the mobile phone maker out of business
One White House official called it "a trail of broken promises"