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South Korea was assessing on Monday whether communist North Korea was preparing to withdraw from the international treaty that seeks to halt the spread of nuclear weapons.

A statement released by North Korea suggested it would pull out of the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons — a move that would escalate the crisis over the isolated nation's decision to restart its nuclear facilities and expel International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors.
Michael Reagan joins Hannity & Colmes on this topic and more tonight…

Plus President Bush claimed a year of accomplishments Saturday and placed the war against terrorism and disarming Iraq at the head of an ambitious agenda for the next 12 months. Some are saying the Bush administration is seeking political gain from 9/11. Do you agree? Join the debate with Carl Jeffers, a columnist for the Seattle Times.

The FBI has launched an intensive manhunt for several suspected Arab terrorists it says may have entered the United States illegally from Canada last week. Officials are especially concerned that the men may be heading to the New York City area, based on information received from at least one intelligence source. Michelle Malkin, author of Invasion weighs in.

And take a look back in pictures at the year 2002…

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