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Conor McGregor Is Changing for the Worse

Remember back when Conor McGregor's acerbic tongue and quick wit were the life of the MMA party? Those were the days, weren't they? Back before all the cars and the yacht and the whiskey and the trouble with the law; back when McGregor was still a hungry young man who had no Euros in the bank but had a noggin full of world-changing, history-making dreams.
By Jeremy Botter
CNN

This is what Nikolas Cruz's life in jail is like

Parkland, Florida (CNN) New documents obtained by CNN provide a glimpse into the Florida school shooter's life in the Broward County Jail. In observation reports from February 17 to 24, deputies described Nikolas Cruz's activities, demeanor and behavior. Throughout the week, Cruz was segregated from other inmates due to his high-profile status. He started in the infirmary and was transferred to a different cell on February 23. On February 24, a deputy noted that Cruz had a visit with an unide
By Anthony Antinucci
CNN

Kansas man admits to shooting Indian tech workers in bar

(CNN) A Kansas man pleaded guilty in state court Tuesday to killing an engineer from India in a high-profile hate crime that drew international attention and raised fears of growing intolerance in America. Adam Purinton, 52, also pleaded guilty to injuring two others during the shooting incident at a sports bar in February 2017. A third man, Ian Grillot was shot and injured as he tried to intervene. Kuchibhotla, who later died from injuries sustained in the attack, and Madasani were both orig
By Anthony Antinucci
CNN

White House continues to delay gun proposals

Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump isn't expected to announce new proposed action on guns until he meets with representatives of the video game industry on Thursday, two sources familiar with the matter tell CNN. Both sources caution, however, that the President could change his mind at any time and opt to move forward with his policy before the meeting. Nearly three weeks since the shooting that killed 17 people, Trump appears more eager to take action on campaign promises to his base tha
By Anthony Antinucci
CNN

Of course, the Oscars had plenty of political moments

Washington (CNN) It wouldn't be an awards show without some political moments. This year, we kept track of every political jab and line made at the 90th annual Academy Awards show . Check out the list below: Tonight, actors and allies will #WearOrange pins and ribbons on the #Oscars red carpet to bring awareness to gun violence prevention in the wake of the Parkland school shooting. https://t.co/7BxtM6bTKD As expected, many attendees sported the signature "Time's up" black and white pin. Pue
By Anthony Antinucci
CNN

'The Shape of Water' wins, as Oscars tackle the serious without losing the fun

"The Shape of Water" floated to the top as best picture at the 90th annual Academy Awards, bringing a suspenseful close to an awards season punctuated by the sexual-harassment scandals that have roiled Hollywood. The Oscars are a big, unwieldy beast, which invariably try to serve too many masters. Yet if the intent was ultimately to maintain a celebratory tone without ignoring either the outside world or the elephant in the room throughout this year's awards, host Jimmy Kimmel and the show itse
By Anthony Antinucci
CNN

Where do adults belong in the 'March for Our Lives?' All the way in the back

My daughter and her peers have shown me that change is possible and perhaps even inevitable. In only a few days and weeks, teens across the country have heard the rallying cry of Parkland survivors and created dozens of local "March for Our Lives" events. My daughter has held meetings, prepared press releases, spoken to media, run social media accounts and even worked with T-shirt designers to create merchandise to raise money for our local event and the national one. And she's just one teen, in
By Jody Allard
CNN

A mixed martial arts training for Filipino women

Manila (CNN Philippines Life) — It’s eight a.m. on a Saturday, and the six-hour session is about to begin. Tammy, a 31 year-old entrepreneur, is the first of the girls to arrive. She does yoga and running, and says she’s here for self-defense. “[I'm here to] Develop a bit of confidence and not be oppressed by men,” she says with a laugh. “You have that, like, fear in your mind, you know? It’s kind of like an instinct of fear that I want to gear myself up against. That’s the bigger picture.”
By Bea Quintos
CNN

CNN (national media hit) - Maria Shriver Breaks Husband's Cell Phone Law

(CNN) -- A celebrity gossip Web site has caught Maria Shriver a third time apparently violating California's law against using a cell phone while driving. Shriver's husband, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, last year supported and signed into law a ban on using handheld communication devices while driving. Shriver's most recent alleged violations come on the heels of AAA Northern California's "Heads Up Driving Week," during which the auto club urged motorists to get in the habit of driving without distractions such as cell phones, fast food and tuning the stereo. "We hope that by driving distraction-free for a week, people can pick up the habit for life," AAA spokesman Matt Skryja said in a news release.
By Matt Skryja
CNN