President Obama's special envoy to Sudan told senators Thursday that the designation is no longer applicable. But others in the administration disagree.
The commander of US forces in South Korea says the North would likely use roadside bombs and other insurgent strategies in a ground war.
The camp is the last place belonging to the MEK Iranian opposition group, and concerns are growing over potential violence if Iraq moves forcefully to shut it down.
The deal would be part of a reconciliation effort between Iraq's government and extremist Shiite groups.
The move to create a position to safeguard the country's computer networks comes as the Pentagon plans to create a military command for cyberwarfare.
Washington’s response to the rogue nation’s nuclear test Monday is complicated by Pyongyang’s custody of two American journalists.