North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and President Trump hold a meeting at the DMZ. Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
President Trump on Sunday became the first U.S. president to cross the border at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that divides the two Koreas and enter North Korea, where he shook hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Details: Afterward, Kim walked with Trump over to the South Korean side of the border, where he met South Korean President Moon Jae-in for the first trilateral meeting between the leaders of the 3 countries. Here's how the historic event unfolded, in photos.
The economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic could spell major trouble for dozens of small companies working to break into the space industry.
The big picture: SpaceX, United Launch Alliance and other companies are well-established with strong customer bases and robust portfolios, but the prospects for the industry's growth hinge on smaller companies.
President Trump on Monday replaced the Pentagon's acting Inspector General Glenn Fine, who had been selected to chair the panel overseeing the rollout of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill passed last month, Politico first reported.
Why it matters: A group of independent federal watchdogs selected Fine to lead the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, but Fine's removal from his Pentagon job prevents from being able to serve in that position — since the law only allows sitting inspectors general to fill the role.