October 21, 2019

Are Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan traveling to the US for Thanksgiving?

NataliaCatalina/iStock(LONDON) -- Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is planning to give her son Archie his first look at his American roots. Meghan and her husband Prince Harry are expected to bring their 5-month-old son to the U.S. later this year, a royal source confirmed to ABC News. While no dates for the family's travel from the U.K. to America have been finalized, it is expected they will visit the U.S. towards the end of the year, once they have finished their current commitments. ABC..
October 21, 2019

‘You have no idea’: Prince Harry, Meghan on their struggle living in the spotlight

ABC(LONDON) -- Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, gave an unprecedented glimpse into the struggles they face as newlyweds and new parents under the glare of the public spotlight. "It’s hard," Duchess Meghan told ITV News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby for the documentary, "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey." "I don’t think anybody could understand that." "In all fairness I had no idea, which probably sounds difficult to understand and hear," said Meghan, who was the California-b..
October 20, 2019

The National Zoo says bye bye to Bei Bei: 4-year-old panda to leave for China on Nov. 19

iStock(WASHINGTON) -- The expected move is part of an agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association, which dictates that any giant panda cub born at a U.S. zoo be sent to a breeding program in China after their fourth birthday. Bei Bei follows in the pawprints of his sister, Bao Bao, who left in 2017, and his brother, Tai Shan, who left in 2010, in an effort to breed more of the giant panda species in their native homeland. "Bei Bei is part of our family," Steve Monfort, director of..
October 20, 2019

‘He fought them,’ father says of son killed on his birthday defending his family in Texas home invasion

iStock(NEW YORK) -- Security video of a car speeding from the Texas home of a father gunned down on his 29th birthday while defending his wife and two young children from intruders was released by authorities desperate to identify the suspects and bring them to justice. Brenton Estorffe, an Australian native raising his family in the Houston suburb of Katy, was shot to death early Wednesday while attempting to fight off at least two men who broke into his residence, according to Fort Bend County..