North Korea expert Sue Mi Terry on the future of the Kim Jong Un regime – “Intelligence Matters”

In this episode of “Intelligence Matters,” host Michael Morell speaks with Sue Mi Terry, former senior CIA analyst and current Director of the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy at the Wilson Center, about North Korea’s record-breaking spate of missile tests in 2022 and its overall approach to the Biden administration. … Read more

Iowa teen is first para swimmer to qualify for state meet

Isaiah Picard used to be terrified of the water as a toddler, but now he spends more than ten hours a week in the pool training. The 15-year-old Indianola freshman is making history as the first-ever para swimmer to qualify for the state meet. Picard was born with spina bifida, a birth defect that means … Read more

“Beyond shocking”: US skiing legend Mikaela Shiffrin disqualified from her two best events

Mikaela Shiffrin, of the United States sits on the side of the course after skiing out in the first run of the women’s slalom at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Wednesday, February 9, 2022, in the Yanqing district of Beijing. Robert F. Bukaty / AP Two-time Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin had yet another shocking disappointment … Read more

“The Way of Integrity: Finding The Path To Your True Self” selected as Oprah’s new book club pick

“The Way of Integrity: Finding The Path To Your True Self” was announced on “CBS Mornings” to be the 94th Oprah’s Book Club pick. Author Martha Beck told CBS News that the title of the book represents “an alignment with every part of one’s own self.” “So there are different ways we make meaning. Body, … Read more

Maryland Supreme Court hears case from DC sniper seeking new sentence

Maryland’s highest court heard arguments Tuesday on whether Washington, DC, sniper Lee Boyd Malvo’s six life sentences without possibility of parole should be reconsidered because of a 2012 US Supreme Court decision barring mandatory life sentences for juveniles. Kiran Iyer, a Maryland public defender, argued that life without parole sentences for Malvo, who was 17 … Read more

Richard Blais dishes on his journey from McDonald’s to celebrity chef

ORLANDO, Fla. – Chef, restaurateur and author Richard Blais’ culinary journey started when he was just a teenager. “My first job was at McDonald’s when I was 14,” he said. “I was the poissonier there – which means fish cook in French – which is a very important position at a fast-food hamburger restaurant that … Read more