See royal wedding invitations embossed in gold

Kensington Palace says invitations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding are in the mail.

Congressman: Bombing suspect called himself a…

A congressman says the suspected Austin bomber left a confession calling himself a "psychopath" and saying he felt no remorse for his actions

'Vote them out!': Hundreds of thousands demand…

In a historic groundswell of youth activism, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters have rallied across the U.S. against gun violence

Jurors convict man of killing New Orleans police…

A man accused of killing a New Orleans police officer in 2015 has been convicted, as jurors rejected his insanity defense

The Latest: France mourns police officer slain in…

France is mourning the death of a courageous police officer who traded places with a hostage taken by an Islamic extremist gunman during an attack on a supermarket

Self-taught rocket scientist propels himself 1,875 feet

A self-taught rocket scientist who believes the Earth is flat propelled himself about 1,875 feet into the air before a hard-landing in the Mojave Desert that left him injured

Survivors of 2012 massacre join protest

Just children when a gunman opened fire at their school, they came to Washington to protest.

Paul McCartney Honors John Lennon at March For…

As tens of thousands of March For Our Lives protesters gathered on the western edge of New York City’s Central Park Saturday, Paul McCartney was there to honor the murder of his legendary song-writing partner and fellow Beatle, John Lennon.

This is Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Made a…

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an unannounced visit to Northern Ireland. Buzz60's TC Newman tells you why.

Survivor marks 6 minutes of strength and silence…

Chin high and tears streaming, Florida school shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez stood silent in front of thousands gathered for the "March for Our Lives" rally in Washington, D.C

LGBT pride parade held in city that initially denied permit

Thousands of people have marched peacefully in the first-ever gay pride parade in a Mississippi city where officials had tried to block the event

Dropbox soars in market debut

Dropbox shares soared by as much as 50 percent in their first day of trading as investors rushed to buy into the biggest tech IPO of 2018. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

Why Trump's latest steps heighten risk of a global trade war

Risk of a US-China trade war raises fears and recalls memories of '80s clashes with Tokyo

High School Class of 1958 Beat Unbelievable Odds

A man who was preparing to reach out to his fellow Iowa high school graduates for their 60th reunion was surprised to find that the entire class of 1958 is still alive. Del Matheson would have been downright shocked had he known the exact odds at the time that all...

For Some Chicago Teens, The Violence In Parkland…

Students at a South Side Chicago high school open up about the Parkland, Florida, shooting, and their views on school safety and gun violence.

Jennifer Garner reveals her saxophone skills

Jennifer Garner posted a video on Instagram of herself playing the saxophone to wish Reese Witherspoon a happy birthday.

UK watchdog evaluates evidence from Cambridge…

British data watchdog is assessing evidence from raid on Cambridge Analytica's London office

Preserving the world's largest carbon sink

CNN's Arwa Damon documents the last leg of a three-month Greenpeace campaign calling for protection of Antarctica. The aim is to preserve one of the Earth's most significant, yet sensitive, carbon sinks.

7 months after Harvey, flood-control projects…

Houston-area officials say they're committed to making some big flood-control projects a reality in the wake of Hurricane Harvey

Funeral arrangements released for Zell Miller

Funeral arrangements for former Georgia Gov. Zell Miller have been released and include opportunities for friends and family to bid farewell to Miller, who also served as a U.S. senator