Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Phil Reeves, who is keeping tabs on the wedding ceremony. The events have been planned with military precision.
Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne have today's Last Word in business.
Across our country, people are hosting royal wedding parties. Of course they had to get up pretty early to make it happen.
Communities in the South are cleaning up after tornadoes hit the region hard. Alabama is suffering the most. Search and rescue teams are going door to door to find victims.
In Alabama Friday, President Obama and the first lady will meet with families whose homes were destroyed by tornadoes. Gov. Robert Bentley will show the Obamas storm damage as search and rescue crews keep looking for survivors.