1. After being cleared of cyberbullying a classmate who committed suicide, Katelyn Roman told Savannah, “I do not feel l did anything wrong.’’
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2. President John F. Kennedy’s only grandson, Jack Schlossberg, is stepping into the spotlight, introducing the Obamas at the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony Wednesday.
Want to know nine things about the 20-year-old Yale student? Here you go.
JFK's grandson takes center stagePlay Video
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3. Matt and Carson talked to college students who are raising their friend’s spirits – and awareness for men’s health.
“When we got the diagnosis about Brian, we just wanted to control something and we knew we couldn’t be in the hospital with him treating him,” said one of the Indiana U. students who’s growing a beard to help support his friend, who has Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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Inside the Obamas' post-White House home: A mansion with famous neighbors
Watch this 6-month-old baby girl water ski
Try bacon-topped baked beans for your Memorial Day barbecue
5. There was a penguin party on the show. Enough said.
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Learn how this baby deer was rescued by the police
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6-year-old with autism has weekly reading date at animal shelter
Visiting the sloths at Costa Rica's sloth institute
And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!