Tensions between Koreas - It's more calm on the Korean peninsula after South Korea's military drill. North Korea said over the weekend that the drill could ignite a war and that it would respond militarily to the exercise. But on Monday, North Korean military leaders said retaliation wasn't necessary and instead issued a warning to South Korea and the United States, according to the state-run Korean Central News Agency.Â New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson was in North Korea and urged the nationÂ not to respond aggressively. (Above, South Korean marines are shown on patrol near disputed waters of the Yellow Sea.)
UK terror - British police arrested 12 men in a series of anti-terror raids. Authorities are not saying what the targets of the attack were. The suspects were arrested in London, Birmingham, Cardiff in Wales and Stoke in central England.
New and York 9/11 bill -Â New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg appear Monday with September 11 first responders and fire and police officials. They'll urge the Senate to pass a health care bill to help 9/11 rescue workers.
Mudslides in Southern California - There's too much rain in parts of Southern California, causing some flooding and triggering a warning for mudslides.Â A big storm system has been hittingÂ the West Coast hard, and the Sierra Nevadas could get 10 feet of snow.