Celebs around the country came out for March for Our Lives
Paul McCartney joined the march in New York City close to where John Lennon was shot and killed.
And we begin with the massive rallies across America. Teenagers leading the charge from new England to California. Hundreds of thousands taking part in the March for our lives. Demanding tougher gun control laws and an end to school shootings. Officials planning for half a million people in
ABC News' Zachary Kiesch talks with protesters marching to end gun violence.
And overseas tonight call him sir Ringo Prince William today knighted former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr he received the honor under his real name sir Richard stark. And made sir Paul McCartney was knighted in 1997.
Adrienne Bankert, resiliency personified coming off her defeat in the cooking challenge is going to do "Pop news." Just for the record if you didn't just see the cooking segment, the men did win the pesto pasta. The women, we won. The risotto which is more important. More important. Which is a more
Tributes are pouring in for the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers star who was a native of Gainesville, Florida, and had a music career spanning 50 years.
The group broke off. It was a particularly between may and John was just between all of the group I mean. You know we we started off as lads from of approval got together and it's you know. Probably aren't. We had a great success and can only enjoyed doing it and in the end though. We were always
Now, I don't want to put pressure on you but we have fine students from usc, communication majors. Raise your hand. Where is my usc crowd? So no pressure. Did you know my first story is about usc? Did I know that? I mean -- For you guys, here you go, "Pop news" time and -- Good morning. As we all
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
McCartney is suing to get back the copyrights to Beatles songs he wrote or co-wrote that currently are owned by the Sony/ATV publishing company.