On Sept. 9, North Korea staged a military parade as it marked the 70th anniversary of the country’s founding. The country typically showcases its military might at events like these by displaying long-range missiles, but not this year. Instead, the parade focused on peace and economic development, which received praise from President Trump, who tweeted a thank-you to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. While Trump’s public rhetoric may paint a positive picture, his administration continues to put pressure on North Korea to denuclearize. Was the change in this year's military parade for show, or is North Korea making a move toward denuclearization? Yahoo News explains.