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Comedian Jonathan Winters has died at 87, The Associated Press reports. Winters made frequent appearances on "The Tonight Show" when it was hosted by Jack Paar and appeared in the 1963 film "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" with other stars including Spencer Tracy, Ethel Merman and Mickey Rooney. He won an Emmy for his role on the TV show "Davis Rules" and two Grammys for his work on "The Little Prince" and his comdey album "Crank Calls." He also portrayed the son of Robin William's Mork on "Mork and Mindy." A family friend said Winters died of natural causes at his home, surrounded by family and friends.
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"I would say ahead of time that it is a huge mistake for him to choose to do that because it will further isolate his country and further isolate his people, who frankly are desperate for food, not missile launches." - Secretary of State John Kerry, according to Reuters. Kerry warned North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that it would be a "big mistake" to test launch a nuclear missile, and that the U.S. would never accept the country as a nuclear power.
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