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Trump, Kim Jong-un sign document, pledge to work together for peace (Washington Times)

After a historic summit that scored North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s signed pledge committing to “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” President Trump said Tuesday it was a great moment for the world.

“We are prepared to start a new history and we are prepared to write a new chapter between our nations,” he told reporters at the summit site at Capella Hotel.

He ticked off a laundry list of concessions the U.S. won from North Korea  [Read More]

Singapore Summit: Will Trump Steal Kim Jong Un Away From China? (Daily Beast)

Both President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have landed in Singapore for their historic meeting Tuesday, and rarely has a summit been as unscripted as this one.

“I have a clear objective, but I have to say—it’s going to be something that will always be spur of the moment,” Donald Trump said Saturday, talking about the possibility of reaching an agreement with North Korea to turn over nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles and dismantle weapons infrastructure. [Read More]

College student says she got fired to be at Capitals’ Stanley Cup parade (WJLA)

For one Washington Capitals fan, nothing was going to stop her from getting to D.C. for the Stanley Cup victory parade.

Virginia Tech student Katie Karlinchak, 19, says she had to choose between her job at a florist and the chance to attend the first victory parade by a D.C. sports team in nearly 30 years.

It looks like she made the right choice. [Read More]

Trump Administration Condemns Iran’s Role In Facilitating 9/11 Attacks (Washington Free Beacon)

The Trump State Department said Tuesday it is taking a top Iranian official’s explanation of events linked to the travel of the 9/11 terrorist attackers as an admission of guilt in facilitating the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, according to comments provided to the Washington Free Beacon.

Iranian officials admitted last week in a groundbreaking interview that their government helped obfuscate and cover the tracks of al Qaeda militants who eventually went on to carry out the 9/11 attacks. [Read More]

College student says she got fired to be at Capitals’ Stanley Cup parade (WJLA)

For one Washington Capitals fan, nothing was going to stop her from getting to D.C. for the Stanley Cup victory parade.

Virginia Tech student Katie Karlinchak, 19, says she had to choose between her job at a florist and the chance to attend the first victory parade by a D.C. sports team in nearly 30 years.

It looks like she made the right choice. [Read More]

 

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