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What's at stake in North Korea?
North Korea ’s failed missile test this weekend is just the latest in a string of tests by the country that has stoked fears around the world. There had been growing concern all week that Kim Jong-un 's government would attempt some form of missile or nuclear test this weekend as it celebrated the
North Korea vows further missile tests: Report
North Korea will conduct "more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," a senior official from the country has told BBC News . Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol also said that any U.S. military intervention would result in "all out war." Han's heated rhetoric on Monday was matched by
What the failed missile launch means for North Korea
Dr. Robert Kelly, associate professor of political science at Pusan National University in South Korea, explains how the missile failure benefits both North Korea and the U.S.
Prince William skips royal event for Swiss ski trip
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Professor speaks out after family interrupts TV interview
Pusan National University professor Robert Kelly forgot to lock the door before the interview, according to the mother of his two children, Kim Jung-a.
Professor describes the 'comedy of errors' of his children crashing BBC interview
The professor in South Korea at the center of a viral video that shows his young children barging in on a live interview with the BBC described the incident as a "comedy of errors." Pusan National University professor Robert Kelly was conducting the interview using Skype from his home office in
Professor describes 'comedy of errors' of his children crashing now-viral BBC interview
"He usually locks the door," said Kim Jung-a, the wife of Pusan National University professor Robert Kelly.
Kids' interruption of father's live TV interview goes viral
During a BBC interview, a professor's children burst into the room on camera.
Skype interview with expert goes awry when the man’s kids get involved
A BBC correspondent's live interview on Skype went adorably wrong this morning after the guest's two young children crashed the interview. Robert Kelly, a professor of political science at Pusan National University in South Korea, was offering his expert analysis of South Korea's move to impeach