Amid mounting tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, U.S. officials are examining a range of North Korean missiles, including the Rodong version once supplied by Pyongyang to Pakistan, senior western diplomats told CBS News.
83 more victims were killed in fighting Friday, rebel group says. Embattled president says he will not give up, after Syria's civil war has claimed some 70,000 lives already.
Communications suggest a North Korea missile launch is a possibility, a U.S. official says. From the State Department: "This does not need to get hotter." But France does not plan to evacuate its diplomats.
Financial problems drive one couple to hang themselves, police say, while a national politican adds the tragedy illustrates "shame of poverty."
A U.S. official confirms reports that North Korea has loaded a pair of missiles into launchers. Communications suggest a North Korea missile launch is a possibility.
North Korea on Wednesday barred South Korean workers from entering a jointly run factory park just over the heavily armed border in the North, officials in Seoul said, a day after Pyongyang announced it would restart its long-shuttered plutonium reactor and increase production of nuclear weapons material.
As the Senate prepares to vote on perhaps the most critical piece of the Obama administration's gun safety proposals, President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have met privately with a handful of Republican senators in a behind-the-scenes push to gin up success, an Obama administration official confirmed to CBS News.
North Korea threatens "all-out war and nuclear war" on its enemies, state news reports. South Korea doesn't consider latest threat "new," its unification ministry says.