Judge denies Bollea's bid to end jail isolation

TAMPA, Fla. - Hulk Hogan's 17-year-old son will stay in solitary confinement for now.

A judge on Tuesday denied Nick Bollea's request to change the conditions of his jail sentence because solitary confinement is causing him 'unbearable anxiety.'

Bollea is serving eight months in jail after pleading no contest to causing a crash that seriously injured his friend.

Officials say he is segregated from other inmates in the county jail in Clearwater because he is a minor, even though he was convicted in adult court.

Lohans back in court over custody dispute

WESTBURY, N.Y. - The battling Lohans are back in court.

Nearly a year after they settled their divorce, Lindsay Lohan's estranged parents were in a Long Island courtroom Tuesday over custody issues.

Michael Lohan complained that his ex-wife, Dina, wasn't living up to a visitation agreement involving their two youngest children, Ali, 14, and Dakota, 11. The children live with their mother in Merrick; Michael now lives in Southampton.

While much of the discussion about the custody dispute took place in the judge's chambers, Michael Lohan's attorney, John DiMascio Jr., said it involved his client's complaints that he wasn't being allowed to visit the children.

Colbert tells grads to keep status quo

PRINCETON, N.J. - Stephen Colbert, the host of his own Comedy Central show, Emmy winner, faux presidential candidate and best-selling author, added an award from Princeton University: 'The Great Princeton Class of 2008 Understandable Vanity Award.'

'I have to say, I've never seen anything more beautiful,' Colbert on Monday told the 2,611 Princeton graduates-to-be assembled at Class Day, which is held the day before commencement.

During his speech, Colbert - in character as a right-wing, blowhard political commentator - tweaked the customary message of graduation speeches by imploring students to maintain the status quo.

'You can change the world,' he said. 'Please don't do that, OK? Some of us like the way things are going now.'

And instead of telling graduates to conquer their fears, he admitted his. 'I'm scared of you,' he said. 'I can tell you are go-getters."