Easter is the holiest day in the Christian calendar - when Jesus Christ rose from the dead, according to the Bible. Followers believe when they die, they will see Jesus. But one 11-year-old boy from Nebraska doesn't have to wait. Colton Burpo says he met the Son of God eight years ago when the boy almost died from a burst appendix. His father, Todd, chronicles it all in the book, "Heaven is for Real," a New York Times paperback bestseller. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with Todd and Colton, who describes what Jesus was like.
The airport in St. Louis is hoping to be at 70% operating capacity later this morning after a tornado caused significant damage there Friday night. Here's what it was like just hours after a twister tore through terminals at Lambert-St. Louis International.
More storms are expected today in the Midwest and central and southern Plains. We'll have the latest on the weather and today's news on CNN Sunday Morning with T.J. Holmes, beginning 6am ET, 3am PT.
From CNN writer Richard Spiropolous: Combat photographers risk their lives to bring the world images of war. Last week, Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros were killed covering the conflict in Libya. Back in the early 90s, four photographers caught the world's attention - because of the extraordinary risks and pictures they took during South Africa's turbulent transition from apartheid to democracy.
Look for Nadia Bilchik's Morning Passport segments on CNN Saturday and Sunday Mornings with T.J. Holmes.