Spy chief James Clapper warned Tuesday that the United States faces an array of new security threats around the world, from crippling cyber attacks to a "belligerent" nuclear-armed North Korea.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testifies before the Senate in Washington, DC, on March 12, 2013. Clapper has warned that America faces a growing threat of a crippling cyber attack and voiced alarm over North Korea's recent "belligerent" rhetoric.
In an annual assessment prepared for lawmakers, the intelligence director portrayed Al-Qaeda as a fading danger and suggested there was still time to persuade Iran's leaders not to pursue nuclear weapons.
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