Disagreement on N. Korea The White House and Congress react to North Korea's suggestion it might launch pre-emptive attacks should it feel threatened by the United States. The administration calls the threat "saber rattling." But senior Democrats in the Senate demand the situation be treated as a crisis. NPR's David Welna reports.
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White House, Senate, at Odds over N. Korea

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White House, Senate, at Odds over N. Korea

White House, Senate, at Odds over N. Korea

White House, Senate, at Odds over N. Korea

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The White House and Congress react to North Korea's suggestion it might launch pre-emptive attacks should it feel threatened by the United States. The administration calls the threat "saber rattling." But senior Democrats in the Senate demand the situation be treated as a crisis. NPR's David Welna reports.