Someone Called Out Michael B. Jordan on Twitter For Living With His Parents - and He Had the Best Response
Michael B. Jordan, who most recently starred in Marvel's Black Panther, is apparently not one to take flack on Twitter- especially when it comes to his parents. It all started when a fan tweeted about him on Feb. 21 implying that he still lived with his mom and dad: And while there's absolutely nothing wrong with living with your parents - or being less than six feet tall or enjoying a little anime here and there - Michael was quick to set the record straight. Respect on his name, indeed. Image Source: Getty / Alberto E. Rodriguez
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A Marjory Stoneman Douglas school resource officer has been suspended without pay after Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said video shows him taking up a defensive position during the shooting but never entering the school. Israel announced Thursday that the decision to suspend Deputy Scot Peterson was made after reviewing video from the shooting and taking statements from witnesses and Peterson himself, Israel said. “He should have went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer,” Israel said.
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North Korea's Winter Olympics cheer squad are being forced into sexual slavery, according to a defector
North Korea's cheer squad has captured the imaginations of thousands of spectators at the Winter Olympics. But a defector from Kim Jong Un's regime said there's a dark side. The women are made to perform sex work for their political masters, according to Lee So Yeon, a former military musician. Other accounts have also suggested that the women live in an atmosphere of coercion and control. Members of North Korea's cheerleading squad are being forced to perform sex work for their political masters as part of their trip to the Winter Olympics, according to a soldier who defected from the country. Lee So Yeon, a military musician who fled the country in 2008, said that the cheer squad, which has
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She left her baby in a car seat for days - and told cops she was ‘just too busy,’ Michigan police say
Police say Lovily Johnson told officers that she had been “just too busy.” Johnson, a 23-year-old from Wyoming, Michigan, allegedly left her 6-month-old child Noah unattended in a car seat for days last July, according to WZZM. Police say the room she left the boy in didn’t have air conditioning. On July 17, the mother didn’t change her baby’s diaper but fed him with a bottle, according to the Detroit Free Press. She then went on to smoke weed with friends that day, police say. She allegedly ignored Noah for the entirety of July 18 as she spent part of the day - and that whole night - out of the apartment. "She doesn't check on him, doesn't hear him crying, doesn't feed him," Wyoming police Detective
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Local law enforcement leaders respond to President Trump's threats to pull ICE and border patrol agents out of California
President Trump clearly fed up and frustrated by the management of ice agents in the state lashed out Thursday.
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Beach volleyball legend Kerri Walsh Jennings was six weeks pregnant when she won a gold medal in the London Olympics - but she says she was warned to hold off on starting a family or she may lose her sponsors. She sits down with CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia to talk about the challenges of being a mother and a professional athlete.