Weebles wobble but they don't fall down! Check this motorcyclist who wobbles at 130 MPH, but never looses it. He is wearing a helmet so there is that. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Megan Markle's mother arrived in London on Wednesday to begin getting ready for the big day just as news broke about her ex-husband’s health, with Mr. Markle telling TMZ he's now had 3 stents inserted in his blood vessels following a heart attack last week. And while the website is saying he's alert and coherent – it’s still unclear if he'll make it to the wedding. Markle’s relatives have said that the heart attack was brought on by stress caused by an open letter Megan's half-brother penned to Prince Harry, telling him to “call off the wedding” and that Megan is “shallow” and “conceited.” And while all of it painful for Megan and Harry, the Queen is likely taking it all in stride. Meanwhile, new details of the ceremony were revealed on Wednesday: Prince George and Princess Charlotte who stole the show the day they visited their new baby brother will serve as page boy and bridesmaid, reprising their roles expertly performed at Aunt Pippa's wedding.
The family that took in Nikolas Cruz months before the Valentine’s Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been served with lawsuits from the loved ones of two students who died in the shooting spree. The attorney for James and Kimberly Snead insists that his clients are “blameless” for the actions of Cruz; a Gofundme page has been opened to help the Sneads cover their mounting legal expenses.
The term "leaks" has been getting a lot of play recently. They've been plaguing the Trump White House since the earliest days of his administration, up to and including last week's comments about Senator John McCain's health. But there are leaks in other branches of government as well -- most notably the leak that was behind the largest loss of classified documents in CIA’s history. The threat that posed to our national security can't be over-stated. The motivation behind the leaks is varied and many times the leaker doesn't even take into account the fallout. Brad looks at the leakers, their motivations -- and why even if they are apprehended they are so difficult to prosecute.
The White House says it is still hopeful that a summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un takes place on June 12 in Singapore as planned. But officials say they are fully expecting some twists and turns along the path of negotiations. What's next?