Tonight... Get on On the Record with Greta!

U.S. offers to reopen communication lines with North Korea in order to defuse an increasingly tense nuclear situation are nothing but "deceptive drama," the country's foreign ministry said Wednesday. Wendy Sherman, former advisor to President Clinton will weigh in…

Plus South and North Korea agreed Wednesday to hold Cabinet-level talks in Seoul next week amid tension over the North's nuclear weapons development, South Korea said. South Korea accepted the North's proposal to hold the talks on Jan. 21-24, a week later than suggested by South Korea, said Kim Jung-ro, a spokesman at the South's Unification Ministry. The details on these stories plus…

A facility that handles government mail is undergoing precautionary testing for anthrax after a test on mail at the Federal Reserve indicated the potential presence of the bacteria. The suspect sample is being sent to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta for further testing, officials said Wednesday. The Postal Service said that it was awaiting the results of samples taken at the facility, which handles U.S. government mail. Until those results come back, postal workers at the facility in Northeast Washington are temporarily working at a facility across the street, officials said.

Please join us for On the Record with Greta Van Susteren at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!

--All topics and guests are subject to change.