Here's what's going on in the world of politics today:
N. Korea missile test fails
--Just one day after Kim Jong Un's regime showed off new missiles and launchers in an annual parade, a South Korean defense ministry official told CNN that North Korea attempted to launch a projectile on Sunday.
Vice President Mike Pence, in South Korea on a scheduled visit of Asia-Pacific region, called the launch a "provocation" that highlights risks facing both South Korea and the U.S.
Tensions have risen in the Korean peninsula have in recent days.
Pro-Trump protest leads to 20 arrests in Berkeley
--Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump attended a "Patriot Day" rally at Civic Center Park in Berkeley yesterday that went downhill very quickly, despite police efforts to keep counter-protesters separated.
Fireworks, bottles and traffics were thrown into the crowd of about 200, fist-fights broke out and red hats were set afire. Police confiscated knives and makeshift weapons, too.
SNL takes on Kushner-Bannon friction, Spicer in a bunny suit
--Melissa McCarthy's further developed her "Spicy" character based on White House press secretary Sean Spicer last night on Saturday Night Live as she donned an Easter bunny costume.
Spicy offered a special Easter apology for comments that happened in real life this past week comparing Syria's Bashar al-Assad to Hitler and the Holocaust: "You all got your wish this week; Spicy finally made a mistake."
The thing is... that wasn't the first time "Spicer" put on a bunny suit. It was recently revealed that, during a prior administration, Spicer actually was the White House Easter bunny for the Easter Egg Roll. Feast your eyes on this:
Sean Spicer's humble beginnings as the White House Easter Bunny pic.twitter.com/sczyX8QJVq
— Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) March 3, 2017
"SNL" also poked fun at the increasing reports of friction between President Trump's son-in-law and advisor.
The cold open featured a retrospective on Trump's first 100 days as an "Apprentice"-style elimination between the Grim Reaper, also known as advisor Steve Bannon, and Jared Kushner played by comedian Jimmy Fallon.
The winner would stay on as advisor and be given $100,000 courtesy of L'Oreal. The loser would "have to join Kellyanne Conway in the basement."
Sandy Coronilla is a KGTV digital producer. Follow her @10NewsSandy