Report: U.S. Raises N. Korean Nuclear Weapons Estimate U.S. intelligence officials reportedly plan to announce that North Korea may be harboring at least eight nuclear weapons. The Washington Post cites U.S. officials as saying the new estimate -- based on circumstantial evidence -- will be announced within a month. U.S. officials previously said North Korea might have as many as two nuclear weapons. NPR's Bob Edwards reports.
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Report: U.S. Raises N. Korean Nuclear Weapons Estimate

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U.S. intelligence officials reportedly plan to announce that North Korea may be harboring at least eight nuclear weapons. The Washington Post cites U.S. officials as saying the new estimate — based on circumstantial evidence — will be announced within a month. U.S. officials previously said North Korea might have as many as two nuclear weapons. NPR's Bob Edwards reports.