North Korea’s nuclear weapons program continuously makes headlines, which is overshadowing the danger posed by its chemical and biological weapons, members of Congress and experts warn.

“I think a topic people don’t talk about enough is North Korea’s chemical weapons,” Democratic Representative Ted Lieu of California told Newsweek during a recent phone conversation. North Korea is estimated to possess between 2,500 to 5,000 metric tons of weaponizable chemical agents and roughly 13 different biological pathogens (in addition to up to 60 nuclear weapons). Continue reading.