The new intelligence does not suggest an expansion of North Korea's capabilities but shows that work on advanced weapons is continuing weeks after President Trump declared in a Twitter posting that Pyongyang was "no longer a Nuclear Threat".
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed during his meeting with Trump to "work toward" the "denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula.
Mr Trump has insisted that progress has been made since the meeting...
The Sanumdong factory had produced two of North Korea's ICBMs including the Hwasong-15, which is theoretically capable of reaching the US East Coast.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, speaks at the close of a three-day conference on religious freedom at the State Department in Washington, July 26, 2018.
North and South Korean officials held military talks on Tuesday to discuss lowering tensions amid a fresh report that North Korea is believed to be building new missiles.
"What we are going on is the commitment that Chairman Kim made to our president, and that is the commitment to denuclearize".
The Games' opening ceremony is August 18, which leaves Kim, who has launched a series of diplomatic engagements in 2018, only a few weeks to decide whether to attend the event that will bring the teams of North and South Korea together.
So we got our hostages back, but they've blown up one of their sites, one of their testing sites, their primary testing site, in fact some people say their only testing site, they are getting rid of a missile, which isn't in the document, that was done afterwards, they're getting rid of a missile testing site - they're doing so much now.
However, while USA intelligence agencies agree that the Kangson site is used to enrich uranium, not all European intelligence officials are so sure.
Kim's delegation joined the North Korean delegation led by Lt. Gen.
"That's why the first step the intelligence community is probably looking for is a complete declaration of nuclear and missile related facilities - to see if North Korea includes everything they already know about or suspect", he said. It had been used to assemble space launch vehicles and develop and test liquid-fuel rocket engines.
But Narang said the most interesting revelation was not that the North was continuing to build its nuclear forces, but rather the apparent strategy of deception.
Reuters also added that satellite imaging showed vehicles moving in and out of the facility, but not the extent of any missile construction.
North Korea got respect, trade, and weapons, and now they appear to be going on as if Singapore put no restrictions on them. Pompeo had previously included that word when stating US policy.