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  1. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Casey Sherman tells fellow students and demonstrators "enough is enough" and demands lawmakers take action on gun reform legislation.
  2. Semantic satiation is the phenomenon in which a word or phrase is repeated so often it loses its meaning. But it also becomes something ridiculous, a jumble of letters that feels alien on the tongue and reads like gibberish on paper.
  3. A memorial service will be held for the victims of Friday's killings at a North Bay veterans' treatment center in Yountville, CA.
  4. No live events at this time.
  5. Black Lives Matter. Occupy Wall Street. The Women's March. All big movements that didn't really lead to any policy change. Will the March for Our Lives be different?
  6. Survivors of the deadly shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida, high school are leading thousands Saturday in a March for Our Lives on Washington, delivering their impassioned pleas for stricter gun control law to the nation.
  7. Paul McCartney attended the March for Our Lives in New York on Saturday, telling CNN the cause was important to him because he lost John Lennon to gun violence.
  8. All eyes are on Washington as the survivors of last month's school shooting in Parkland, Florida, lead massive crowds Saturday in the March for Our Lives.
  9. For five years, Sandy Hook shooting survivor Leslie Gunn said, she and others in Connecticut have been advocating for stricter national controls on guns, with little effect.
  10. Enforcement officers from the UK's Information Commissioner's Office early Saturday finished searching the London offices of Cambridge Analytica, the political consultancy company accused of manipulating Facebook data during the 2016 US election, an ICO spokesman told CNN.
  11. The lawyer representing the porn star suing President Donald Trump called a tweet he posted of an apparent data disc a "warning shot" to the President.
  12. Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti took to Twitter to claim he has a disc containing evidence substantiating his client's allegations of an affair with Donald Trump.
  13. President Donald Trump's decision to bring on John Bolton as national security adviser jolted the usually careful diplomatic world enough that a few unusually frank adjectives slipped out.
  14. The White House on Friday announced a policy to ban most transgender persons from serving in the US military.
  15. A French police officer who asked a gunman to let him take the place of a hostage in a supermarket attack has died.
  16. The day after a CNN interview with a former Playboy model who claims to have had a 10-month affair with her husband, first lady Melania Trump opted to leave President Donald Trump alone for the ride from the White House to Andrews Air Force Base.
  17. Amid multiple allegations that her husband was unfaithful, Melania Trump now shares the dubious distinction of being a publicly scorned first lady with one other woman: her husband's 2016 rival for the presidency and sworn enemy, former first lady Hillary Clinton.
  18. Demonstrators in Sacramento marched for hours Friday through California's capital and called for justice in the contentious police shooting death of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man.
  19. CNN's Ivan Watson reports aboard the USS Wasp and gets a look at the new F-35 Lightning jet in action.
  20. NFL defensive end Michael Bennett was indicted Friday in Houston on a charge of injury to the elderly in connection with an incident that occurred when he was a spectator at the 2017 Super Bowl, authorities said.
  21. Arnold Schwarzenegger says the GOP is "dying at the box office" by not having more inclusive messages and policies, and suggests that California doesn't care about President Donald Trump.
  22. Jada Wiltz gets accepted to the college of her choice and her family goes nuts. HLN's Lynn Smith reports.
  23. It's hard to imagine a mansion serving as a house of horrors. But that's exactly what it looked like inside of Christina Fay's Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, home last June, when 75 Great Danes — yes, 75 — were found in horrible conditions.
  24. A 6-year-old from Tennessee enlisted his father to help him produce a weather report for a school assignment.
  25. A mummified skeleton discovered in Chile's Atacama Desert 15 years ago doesn't look like anyone you've ever met. In fact, some would say it looks, well, alien.

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