North Korea Flexes Its Muscles

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Yesterday's North Korean attack on South Korea was one of the most provocative since the Korean War.  Does it leave the US with any good options? Also, despite signs of an economic rebound, the Fed says unemployment will remain high, and it's the busiest travel day of the year — whether protesters refuse to submit to scanners and pat-downs or not.    

Banner image: Plumes of smoke rise from Yeonpyeong island in the disputed waters of the Yellow Sea after North Korea fired dozens of artillery shells onto the South Korean island on November 23, 2010, killing two people, setting homes ablaze and triggering an exchange of fire as the South's military went on top alert. Photo: STR/AFP/Getty Images



Warren Olney