It's been a mixed night for the Labour Party across the UK in the first national test of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
If you're heading to America, it's time to check your passport as new rules mean only people travelling with a biometric, otherwise known as an an e-passport, will be allowed into the country.
An estimated 80,000 Brits with an old-style passport could be refused entry under new passport controls introduced on April 1 under anti-terror laws.
The change in America's entry requirements mean only people holding a biometric passport will be allowed to board their flight.
Watch the video above for more of Simon Calder's travel advice.
1) It's been a bad night for Labour across the UK in the first national test of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership. The party's vote collapsed in Scotland and it also lost ground in the local elections in England. We'll bring you the latest on the UK elections throughout the morning.
2) Tens of thousands of British tourists have been warned they risk being turned away from flights to America unless they hold the latest biometric passports, which contain electronic chips.
3) New talks between the Government and the British Medical Association over the junior doctors' contract look set to go ahead. The health secretary has agreed to pause the introduction of the new contract for five days from Monday to allow both sides to get back to the negotiating table.
4) Women and children were among at least 28 people killed in an air strike on a refugee camp in rebel-held northern Syria near the Turkish border, with many others seriously hurt. There are unconfirmed reports that Syrian or Russian warplanes carried out the attacks.
5) Britain's Amir Khan faces the toughest fight of his career tomorrow when he takes on the WBC middleweight champion Saul Canelo Alvarez in Las Vegas. Khan is the underdog as he steps up two weight divisions to battle one of the world's leading fighters, but he told Good Morning Britain he is confident of success.
We're very grateful to Rio's school... it's so inspirational for him
Rio lost his leg when he was just a baby, but that certainly hasn't stopped him taking up almost every sport going!
Rio, seven, tells Ben and Susanna why Prince Harry's Invictus Games - in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel compete - are so important to him.
The second ever Invictus Games take place in Orlando next week and and Rio's school have let him take the week off school and fly to the US after Prince Harry personally said he'd love him to come.
We thoroughly enjoyed meeting you this morning, Rio - you're an inspiration to us all. Boom!
Want to see Michelle Obama do the robot?
May the 4th might be yesterday's news but we're having one cheeky last look at the global Star Wars celebrations - the White House has even released footage of Barack and Michelle Obama dancing with a pair of stormtroopers and R2-D2!
Watch Kate, Ben and Susanna come up with some super cheesy Star Wars puns and having 'yoda' fun (sorry!).
An astonishing medical breakthrough as scientists almost double the time human embryos can be developed outside the womb. The research is controversial because it pushes against the UK legal limit for keeping an embryo growing in a laboratory, which is 14 days after fertilisation.
The international super injunction debate continues this morning as an A-list actor has wins an injunction over claims about his private life. He has been named in a US magazine and yet he still can't be identified over here - Ross is reporting live from LA.
Our surgeries are struggling as the overall number of consultations - face-to-face and telephone - has increased by 15 per cent over the past five years, three times the rate of increase in the number of GPs, according to The Kings Fund
Crushing news for Manchester City fans as brilliant Bale destroys their Champion's League final dream
And Prince Harry hits the polo field as he prepares to host 600 wounded servicemen and women at the the second Invictus Games. We'll be joined by one of the Games' biggest fans - seven year old Rio Woolf - who's managed to get six days off school to go and cheer on his heroes.
Within the space of half an hour he was just there!
We've all felt the stress of the Bank Holiday traffic, but the backlog of cars on the M42 led to Sam Walker, 32, giving birth on the hard shoulder over the weekend!
Sam describes the moment her contractions started "out of nowhere" and the frantic 999 calls her partner made while their other two children, aged just three and four, were seated in the back of the car.
PC James Barry - who arrived at the scene - also joined Katy Rickitt this morning to describe the moment he met healthy baby boy Tommy... and it's safe to say he was relieved he didn't have to deliver him!
The police in New Zealand have challenged officers across the world to the 'Running Man' dance as part of their recruitment programme.
The dance is fast becoming a social media sensation with over four million views and dance responses from New York's NYPD... Even Piers has had a go!