5 Things to Know This Morning

5 Things to Know This Morning

May 23, 2014— -- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Wedding: The Weekend's Itinerary

It's here! The big wedding weekend to end all wedding weekends.

Kim Kardashian will be married to Kanye West by Saturday night. The couple, which are already parents to baby North West, became engaged last October and since then, everyone has been trying to piece together what the rapper would due for his muse.

2. Jessica Alba: I'm a 'Prude'

In a candid interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jessica Alba said her character for "Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" doesn't have too much in common with her as a "prude" mother of two.

But what she does have in common with Nancy Callahan is that she takes control of her future in "Sin City."

"I wanted her to transition from being a victim to being someone who’s in control of her own story," she said.

3. Baby Born to Mother in Coma

John Farrell’s pregnant daughter went into a coma 10 weeks ago, but right now it’s not hard for him to be joyful.

Thursday, he became a grandfather.

“She’s wanted to have a child for years,” he told ABC News Thursday. “Today, I can’t begin to tell you how happy we are. It’s indescribable.”

Melissa Carleton, 39, became comatose in March after suffering a seizure caused by a benign brain tumor, Farrell said. Although she has been hospitalized and unable to speak since she was 26 weeks pregnant, she carried her baby boy to full term and delivered him by C-section in San Francisco.

4. Woman Escapes Seconds Before Train Hits New Car

The dramatic moment a Florida woman jumped out of her car moments before it was hit by a train was captured in a stunning video.

Video of the incident, which happened on Monday, shows a woman jumping out of her new Infiniti sport coupe after it stalled on train tracks.

Moments later, a Sunrail train smashes into the new car.

5. Landon Donovan 'Very Disappointed' After Being Cut From United States' World Cup Roster

He's arguably the best outfield player the United States has ever produced and its career scoring leader. But Landon Donovan will be missing out on his fourth straight World Cup.

Donovan, 32, was among seven cuts announced as head coach Jurgen Klinsmann trimmed his roster to the required 23 players ahead of the tournament beginning next month in Brazil.