**CIA Nominee Faces Questions on Drone Policy**
A Senate committee Thursday will question President Barack Obama's choice to head the CIA about a policy allowing drone strikes on American citizens allegedly involved in terrorism overseas.
White House anti-terror adviser John Brennan will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Brennan is a strong supporter of the administration's anti-terror policies.
On Wednesday, an administration official said President Obama has ordered the Justice Department to give Congress classified legal documents justifying the drone strikes. Eleven senators had demanded to see the documents after a leaked Justice Department memo broadened the rationale for targeting alleged terrorists.
The administration has previously justified drone attacks if a terrorist strike is believed to be imminent. But the memo says an American citizen may also be targeted for being part of an ongoing terror plot.
**N.Korea Threatens to Turn Joint Border Industrial Complex into Military
Rising tensions on the Korean peninsula are jeopardizing a joint industrial project that has served as one of the few remaining symbols of reconciliation between Seoul and Pyongyang.
North Korea has warned the South it will abandon the Kaesong Industrial Complex and turn the border area back into a military zone if Seoul follows through on its pledge to tighten inspections there.
Earlier this week, Seoul's Unification Ministry said it would more closely monitor industrial parts and other cargo shipped into the facility, as a result of expanded U.N. sanctions against Pyongyang following a banned November rocket launch.
North Korean has reacted angrily to the sanctions, promising to launch more missiles and conduct another nuclear test, which is expected to take place in just days.