Pyongyang continues its provocation of the United States. Jeffrey Brown reports on North Korea's latest threats of nuclear attack on the U.S. and its moving of a missile to its eastern coastline. John Irvine of Independent Television News reports on…
North Korea demolished the cooling tower at its plutonium-producing reactor Friday, blasting apart the cylindrical structure in Yongbyon as a sign of its commitment to stop making plutonium for atomic bombs.
President Bush eased trade restrictions against North Korea Thursday and removed it from a terrorism sponsor list after the country gave Chinese officials a partial accounting of its nuclear activity. Analysts examine this policy shift.
Following the CIA's release of information on Thursday linking Syria's supposed nuclear reactor site to North Korean technology, analysts review the evidence and discuss the future of relations between the U.S. and North Korea.
CIA officials briefed House and Senate members Thursday on classified evidence, including a video, linking North Korea to a Syrian nuclear facility that Israel bombed in September 2007. A reporter discusses the details of the emerging story.
North Korea agreed Wednesday to disable its main nuclear reactor complex and provide details on its nuclear programs. Chief U.S. nuclear negotiator with North Korea Christopher Hill talks to the NewsHour about the new agreement and the state of relations…
The United States ended talks with North Korea Monday without establishing a timeline for disarmament, though the Asian country has agreed to close one of its reactors. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill updates the situation.