North Korea's state news agency reports the country has successfully launched three "cutting-edge tactical guided missiles."
The report is dated June 27 but it does not say when the firing took place. CNN cannot independently confirm the report.
In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Gordon Chang, author of "Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World," explains what this latest news means.
There are new developments in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Officials have finally released key information about what happened the night that Boeing 777 vanished.
They say the jet was likely on autopilot for at least five hours, while the crew may have been unconscious, possibly from a lack of oxygen.
They also suggest the plane eventually ran out of fuel before spiraling into the ocean.
These new details have led authorities to a massive new search area. It's farther south and much larger than the previous search zone.
It's about 23,000 square miles, roughly the size of West Virginia.
Outfront, Richard Quest and CNN aviation analysts Arthur Rosenberg and Miles O'Brien.View my Flipboard Magazine.
Imagine a city with 100 percent renewable energy, producing close to zero carbon emissions. Then imagine this city is in the middle of an unforgiving desert - hot, humid, without water.
If it can be done there, can it be done anywhere?
CNN's Erin Burnett went to Masdar City, a project under development just outside of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.
Another wave of U.S. military personnel arrived in Iraq Thursday as the deadly battle for control of the country rages on.
A bomb blast inside northern Baghdad killed 19 people and wounded 41 more. That comes a day after a suicide attack at a market south of Baghdad killed 13 people, and a car bomb explosion in northern Kirkuk killed six more people and wounded 21 others.
OutFront, CNN Military Analyst - Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor - who was the executive officer to General David Petraeus during the surge in Iraq. Also joining us, CNN Counterterrorism analyst and former CIA official Phil Mudd.
Police have made arrest involving a family member in the case of a Michigan boy who was missing for 11 days, and was found alive and well in his father's basement.
The father learned police found his missing son during a live interview with HLN's Nancy Grace. CNN'S Susan Candiotti has more.View my Flipboard Magazine.