WH considers labeling North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism
Wong Maye-E / AP
A senior White House official said the U.S. is considering adding North Korea to the list of state sponsors of terrorism, per Reuters.
The club: North Korea would be joining Iran, Sudan, and Syria. It was de-listed as a state sponsor in 2008 after agreeing to scale back its nuclear program.
Context: Defense Secretary Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, DNI Dan Coats, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Joesph Dunford are briefing Senators in at the White House today on North Korea.