North Korea reportedly moved a missile of "considerable range" to its eastern coast. The move could be in preparation for a military attack on U-S or South Korean targets in the region, though observers still think that's unlikely.
Rev. Sun Myung Moon, whose followers are known as "Moonies," was a controversial religious leader who proclaimed to be the Messiah. He met with many world leaders during his life, including North Korea's Kim Il-Sung.
Mark Lippert, the US Ambassador to South Korea, was attacked early Thursday by a South Korean man wielding a 10-inch knife. The ambassador has only been in office since November, but analysts are speculating the attacker might have been prompted by half a century of grievances with the US.
Correspondent Jason Strother says South Koreans are welcoming Pyongyang's release of journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee. Some human rights activists are concerned that their work may have jeopardized the safety of North Korean refugees.
South Korea is still not out of the woods in its fight against Middle East respiratory syndrome. Schools re-opened in South Korea today as the country tries to return to normal, nearly a month after MERS first hit South Korea.
South and North Korean families separated by more than six decades of war, will have another chance to reunite in October. A deal was reached between the two countries after nearly 24 hours of negotiations. Only 100 families will be selected from each side to meet. North and South Korea are legally still at war since the conflict from 1950-53 ended in a truce, rather than a peace treaty.
Spain is famous for bullfighting although some parts of the country are trying to do away with the sport. South Korea has bullfights, too, but they're a little different. It's just bull against bull and there's a lot less blood. Jason Strother reports.