World newspapers: Korean leaders reach agreement at Pyongyang summit

Wall Street Journal: North Korea agreed to allow outside inspectors to visit its missile test site and said it would be open to decommissioning its nuclear-enrichment facility, a bold gambit by Kim Jong Un that is aimed at breaking an impasse in negotiations with the U.S. and keeping engagement with Seoul on track.

World newspapers: Trump ups the ante in battle with China

Dallas Morning News: President Donald Trump on Monday finalized tariffs on a staggering $200 billion in goods imported from China, marking the largest escalation to date in an ever-growing trade war between the world's two largest economies.

World Newspapers: Chaos May Offset economy's surge costing G.O.P

The New York Times: As Democrats enter the fall midterm campaign with palpable confidence about reclaiming the House and perhaps even the Senate, tensions are rising between the White House and congressional Republicans over who is to blame for political difficulties facing the party.

World newspapers: China Woos U.S. Companies Again, Curbs Trade Threats

Wall Street Journal: Chinese leaders are stepping up a charm offensive with U.S. multinationals and dropping earlier threats of retaliation as Beijing changes tack to keep the trade fight with Washington from scaring off foreign investors.