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Dos Equis pitchman Jonathan Goldsmith departs for Mars with his co-pilot in his final ad campaign as The Most Interesting Man In The Word.

Mar 10, 2016 PM EST - Jesse L.

The 'Most Interesting Man In The World' Heads To Mars: Dos Equis To Unveil New, Younger Spokesman

77-year-old actor Jonathan Goldsmith who has played the iconic Most Interesting Man In The World in Dos Equis ads since 2007. He will be reportedly be replaced by a younger actor.

Cube returned training version of Hellfire missile to the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Feb 17, 2016 AM EST - Diana Tomale

Cuba Returns ‘Wrongly Sent’ Dummy Training Version Of Hellfire Missile To The United States

The Cuban Government has returned the training version of Hellfire missile to the United States after it went missing in 2014.

Pentagon says it might take some time before North Korea can develop a fully functional nuclear missile that can hit the U.S. (Photo by Han Myung-Gu/Getty Images)

Feb 13, 2016 AM EST - Maria Therese

North Korea Lacks The Technology To Develop A Nuclear Missile That Can Reach The U.S., Pentagon Says

Pentagon's new report to Congress indicates that while North Korea is bent on developing its nuclear missile capability, Kim Jong Un will need external aid to succeed.

U.S. Senate Select Intelligence Committee

Feb 11, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

U.S. Senate Unanimously Approves North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act Of 2016

The United States Senate recently adopted a bill that aims to impose stringent sanctions against North Korea following its recent nuclear and ballistic missile testing.

North Korea has put its own satellite into orbit despite warnings from South Korea, United States. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images)

Feb 07, 2016 AM EST - Therese Agcopra

North Korea Puts Satellite Into Orbit Following Long-Range Rocket Launch; South Korea, U.S. Call For Emegency Security Meeting

North Korea proceed with its long-range missile launch despite heavy resistance from other countries and the United Nations. The U.S. Strategic Command has detected a new satellite in the Earth's orbit.

North Korea plans to launch satellite. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images)

Feb 03, 2016 PM EST - Diana Tomale

North Korea Announces Plan To Launch Satellite Between February 8-25; South Korea Warns Rival Will Pay ‘Searing Consequences’ Over Plan

North Korea revealed it plans to launch a satellite between February 8 and 25.

U.S. President Barack Obama during his State of the Nation address. (Photo by Evan Vucci/Getty Images)

Jan 18, 2016 AM EST - Ma Elena Garcia

Obama’s Final State Of The Union Address Scores High Reviews From American Viewers

An instant poll conducted on President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address by CNC/ORC indicated that Obama’s speech was met with deeply positive reviews.

U.S. Supreme Court ruled Florida's death penalty as unconstitutional. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Jan 14, 2016 AM EST - Diana Tomale

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Death Penalty In Florida As Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled against Florida's capital sentence. Said system reportedly violates Sixth Amendment.

North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un says conduct of hydrogen bomb test was a

Jan 11, 2016 AM EST - Diana Tomale

Kim Jong Un Says Hydrogen Bomb Test Was A ‘Self-Defensive Measure’ Against United States

North Korea recently conducted their fourth nuclear test, sparking outrage internationally.

US deployed B-52 bomber over South Korea amid North Korea's claim it has conducted a hydrogen bomb test. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun / Getty Images)

Jan 10, 2016 AM EST - Diana Tomale

U.S. Flies B-52 Bomber To South Korea After North Korea's Hydrogen Bomb Claim

The United States flew a bomber over South Korea to demonstrate its firm commitment to its Asian country ally.

(Photo by Jack Leonard/Getty Images)

Jan 10, 2016 AM EST - Ma Elena Garcia

Experts Believe Zika Virus Might Spread To The U.S. Following Outbreak In Central America

The Zika virus, a rare tropical disease, is causing panic in Brazil because it may lead to severe birth defects.

Experts say North Korea's hydrogen bomb test registered a lower explosion level than the test conducted in 2013. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images)

Jan 10, 2016 AM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

North Korea’s Hydrogen Bomb Claim Met With Strong Disapproval From International Community

North Korea's claim of a succesful hydrogen bomb test is faced with skepticism and doubt from experts and analysts.

South Korean President Park Geun Hye is called to increase military defenses due to North's looming nuclear bomb threats. (Photo by South Korean Presidential Blue House/Getty Images)

Jan 09, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

North Korea's Hydrogen Bomb Test Sparks Calls For Increased Military Strategy, Defense In The South

United States and South Korea agreed to work together so that the United Nations Security Council could "swiftly adopt a stern resolution" that would subject North Korea to stiff sanctions because of its "latest reckless behavior."

U.S. Department of State report shows Japan was the highest arms importer in 2015 (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Jan 09, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

U.S. Department of State Report Shows Japan Was The Highest Arms Importer Among 170 Surveyed Countries In 2015

Japan ranked as the top country in the world with the most significant spending on arms imports as well as one of the top countries with the highest military expenditures.

South Korean artist Baek Ji Young

Jan 09, 2016 PM EST - Diana Tomale

Diva Baek Ji Young To Hold Second Solo Concert In The United States

Baek Ji Young will once again stage a concert in the United States in March. The diva will be accompanied by a full band and dancers for her concert in California.

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