GMA: North Korea Threatens To End Ceasefire
Good Morning America reported March 5 2013 that North Korea is vowing to cancel the 1953 ceasefire of the Korean War in response to new sanctions being imposed by China and the U.S. on its nuclear program. North Korea is also protesting joint military drills by South Korea and the U.S.
GMA: Cardinals Meet At the Vatican
The last eight Cardinals are due to arrive at the Vatican, as the Vatican prepares to choose a new Pope. The Sistine Chapel is now closed to tourists. Josh Elliott will be reporting at the Vatican next week to cover any developments.
GMA: Homeless Population Highest Since Depression
The population of the homeless is the highest it’s ever been since the Great Depression. On the average night in New York City, 50,135 people are staying in homeless shelters, and more than half of them are children.
GMA: Women’s Life Expectancy Is Declining
A new study has found that women’s life expectancy is declining. Experts think obesity and smoking is to blame. Men’s life expectancy has held steady or improved in most areas.
GMA: Real-Life Batman Turns In Suspect
A man in a Batman costume turned in a burglary suspect to a police station in England. It turns out that the man is a Chinese food deliveryman and the burglary suspect was his friend. Batman had persuaded him to turn himself in.
GMA: Barbara Walters Returns To The View
Barbara Walters returned to The View after a concussion and the chicken pox. She’s been out since January and reportedly may have gotten the chicken pox from kissing Frank Langella on the cheek. Frank Langella later came down with shingles and it’s the same virus.
GMA: Mila Kunis Helps Her Interviewer
Mila Kunis is busy promoting her new film, Oz the Great and Powerful, and recently had an interview with a rookie reporter in England. She wanted to help out the reporter who seemed star struck by her and ended up asking him questions. At the end, when Mila Kunis advised him he should research things about the movie beforehand, he invited her to a wedding.
GMA: Hula Hoops Turn 50
Fifty years ago today, the hula hoop was patented. An estimated 25 million hula hoops were sold in the first four months of production. It was dubbed the hula after the Hawaiian dance of the same name.