North Korea's 'Christmas gift'

December 24, 2019

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US President Donald Trump is shown in a close-up photo waving.

US President Donald Trump waves to the news media after participating in a video teleconference in Palm Beach, Florida, on Dec. 24, 2019.

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"We'll see what happens," said US President Donald Trump Tuesday when he was asked about North Korea's threats that it's planning a "Christmas gift" for the United States. Experts say the "gift" is likely to be some kind of weapons test. But what are the Trump administration's diplomatic options for dealing with North Korea? Also, some Tanzanian human rights activists and journalists will be spending their holidays in jail. And, the legend of Pancho Claus brings a distinct Chicano flair to the role of St. Nick.


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