South Korea Agrees to Increase Payment to U.S.
South Korea and the U.S. on Friday formally signed a deal on Seoul's increased payment for the U.S. troop deployment, due to worries about the future of their decades-long military alliance. President Donald Trump earlier pressured Seoul to increase its share, triggering concerns in South Korea that he might withdraw some of the 28,500 U.S. troops here if Seoul refused to accept his demand. (ABC)
North Korea Rebuilding Rocket Site
The U.S. is "watching in real time" developments at a long-range rocket site that North Korea is believed to have rebuilt. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had pledged to dismantle the site last June. Associated Press reported that South Korea's military said it was carefully monitoring North Korean nuclear and missile facilities. (NBC)
Mark Wahlberg Visits Bakersfield
Mark Wahlberg made a special appearance in Bakersfield last night. Wahlberg was the keynote speaker at the 25th annual Hoffman Hospice Voices of Inspiration event at the Rabobank Theater. Past speakers at this event have included Peyton Manning, Vin Scully and Michael J. Fox. (KBAK TV)
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