North Korea plans to charge American tourists Miller Matthew Todd and Jeffrey Edward Fowle with committing "hostile acts" against the country, Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency reported Monday. Fowle entered the country in April. Diplomatic sources said he was detained for leaving a Bible in his hotel room, although his family denied he was on a mission for his church. KCNA claimed Miller tore up his tourist visa upon arrival in April and asked for asylum. Read more at CNN.