The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton is underway! Watch every moment of pomp and circumstance on CNN/U.S. and CNN International, as well as CNN.com and the CNN App on select mobile devices NOW!
CNN.com will be streaming several replays throughout the day, starting at 9a ET, and again every three hours (12p ET, 3p ET, 6p ET and 9p ET).
For the latest information about CNN's coverage of the nuptials, visit our Royal Wedding special on the CNN Pressroom.
CNN's John King talks to Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour about the devastating tornadoes that ravaged his state. For a full transcript of the interview please visit CNN.com.
GOV. HALEY BARBOUR (R), MISSISSIPPI (via phone): You got to be - I have to be very proud of our local authorities and our local first responders who did a great job on search and rescue in terms of security. This is a terrible, terrible outbreak. And in some places of the state, just utter obliteration. Some little towns like Smithville, it's just unbelievable how much of the community was leveled. Yet our people are just tough and they are taking care of their own. And today we started the first step of making real progress.
Officials assess damage to nuclear reactors in the aftermath of tornadoes in Alabama. Jeanne Meserve reports on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.
People in Ringgold, Georgia, say the twisters were the worst in nearly 40 years. CNN's Rafael Romo reports on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.
With more than 750,000 iReporters around the globe and an iReport submitted from every country in the world, CNN is issuing an open invitation for people to share their Royal Wedding experiences via iReport, whether they are in London or simply celebrating at home. Click here for iReport's Royal Wedding assignments.
To bring those stories to life and into context, CNN has unveiled a special Royal Wedding-themed iReport Open Story, which features select photos and videos from iReporters and CNN journalists, placed along an interactive timeline and map to paint a comprehensive picture of the event through the eyes of the many people who experience it.
One iReport featured in the Open Story comes from CNN's own Piers Morgan! On Wednesday evening, he hosted a small private gathering at The Hansom Cab, the pub he owns. While Piers was addressing his guests, he has someone record his speech with his device, and then he submitted the above iReport.
Tomorrow, tune-in to special live coverage of the Royal Wedding beginning at 4a ET on CNN/U.S., CNN International or CNN.com.
CNN's Richard Quest schools our Royal Wedding iReporter Contest winner Jason Sauter of Orlando, FL, on the necessity of makeup in television.
Esteemed fashion designer Vera Wang, who designed Chelsea Clinton's wedding dress, will be live with CNN national correspondent Alina Cho on Friday from 5-10am ET in New York to comment exclusively on the Royal Wedding dress.
With the 2009 conviction of American exchange student Amanda Knox for the murder of British exchange student Meredith Kercher now on appeal, a new CNN documentary investigates the evidence that linked Knox to the murder during her first trial, and how the case was prosecuted. CNN investigative correspondent Drew Griffin reveals new details that cast doubts upon controversial blood, knife, DNA, and other evidence presented in Knox’s original trial.
Griffin also has a rare television interview with the chief prosecutor in the case, Giuliano Mignini, and reveals a pattern of prosecutorial behavior that raises questions about the original conviction. CNN Presents – Murder Abroad: The Amanda Knox Story, debuts Sunday, May 8 at 8:00p.m. ET and PT on CNN/U.S.; it replays on Saturday, May 14 at 8:00p.m. ET and PT. FULL POST
CNN International programming details for weeks 21 and 22 including: The Freedom Project, Piers Morgan Tonight, Living Golf, FutureCities and Open Court.