U.S. national security officials are sorting through intelligence collected about North Korea's latest missile test. South Korean media reported that Pyongyang fired four short-range ballistic missiles on Feb. 27. They “appeared to be of the Scud variety [and] were fired in a northeasterly direction and landed off [North Korea's] coast,” a spokesman says. Top national security lawmakers are not yet commenting on the apparent test. However, Pentagon procurement chief Frank Kendall last ...

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