A Peek Inside the Closed Borders of North Korea

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North Korea won't turn into Disneyland any time soon, but one of the world's most isolated and secretive nations has opened to tourists. They aren't allowed to see much and it's all about the economy. We hear about the first visit and what it could mean for a country that has shut out the rest of the world since 1953. Also, Myanmar’s Suu Kyi rejoins the political arena. On Reporter's Notebook, do pizza and French fries qualify as "healthy foods" for the federal school lunch program? The Obama Administration says, "No." Congress says, "Yes."

Banner image: Chinese tourists pose for photos along a scenic spot at the Mount Kumgang international tourist zone in North Korea. August 31, 2011 Photo by Goh Chai Him/AFP/Getty Images