In hour two of Here & Now's April 26, 2018 full broadcast, the leaders of North and South Korea meet for the first time since 2007 on Friday. We speak with NPR Beijing correspondent Anthony Kuhn in Seoul about China's perspective on the summit. Also, police in California say the true-crime book "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," by the late writer Michelle McNamara, helped build public interest in the decades-old case of the so-called Golden State Killer. And we speak with one of the creators of an art exhibit on sexual assault titled "What Were You Wearing?" that features clothing worn by survivors when they were abused, as well as their personal stories.
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