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A Confederate flag display allegedly used for an art show at The First Academy school in Florida. (Facebook)

Alums accuse Florida Christian school of ignoring student racism after post about ‘N-word’

"Is it n**ga or n**ger" the student asked. "I think n**ga is more respectful."
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Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event on the day several states held presidential primaries, including California, at the Trump National Golf Club Westchester in Briarcliff Manor, New York, on June 7, 2016  (Reuters/Carlo Allegri)

Trump campaign CEO assaulted wife — then pressured her not to testify: reports

The recently-installed CEO of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was accused of domestic violence against his second wife, who later said he threatened to leave her penniless unless she failed to testify against him.
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Judge Aaron Persky (screen grab/Fox News)

Stanford rape case judge Aaron Persky will no longer hear criminal trials: report

Persky reportedly asked to be removed from those types of cases, and will begin hearing civil cases in September.
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Donald Trump mocks New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski during a campaign rally on Nov. 24, 2015. [Media Matters]

Ann Coulter excuses Trump's ridicule of disabled reporter: He was imitating ‘standard r*tard’

“He doesn’t jerk around or flail his arms. He’s not r*tarded," Coulter wrote.
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Current Midland City, AL Mayor Patsy Skipper's swearing-in photo from February (Twitter.com)

'I lost. The ni**er won': Alabama GOP mayor gets racist on Facebook after losing to black candidate

The Republican mayor of Midland City, Alabama got nasty on Facebook after losing her seat to a black candidate in this week’s mayoral election.
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Mylan CEO Heather Bresch (Fortune Live Media/Flickr)

Mylan pushed for law to make EpiPens mandatory in US schools — then fled overseas to avoid taxes

EpiPens are mandatory for public schools in at least 11 states after Congress passed a law recommending their use — but the drug’s manufacturer pays no U.S. taxes at all after relocating overseas.
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Donald Trump (Shutterstock)

Minnesota GOP descends into ‘total confusion’ after Trump left off state ballot

Donald Trump is reportedly not on the Minnesota state ballot. So, as of today, the GOP doesn’t have a presidential candidate on the state’s ballot at all.
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Mylan Pharmaceuticals CEO Heather Bresch speaks to CNBC about price hikes (Screen capture)

EpiPen CEO awarded MBA with ‘grades pulled out of thin air’ because of her powerful connections

A Pittsburgh newspaper found that Mylan, Inc. CEO Heather Bresch never completed her masters degree in business administration (MBA), but high-ranking officials at West Virginia University altered her academic records a decade after the fact to make it look as if she had.
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Martin Shkreli and Heather Bresch

No, EpiPen did not lower their drug price — they pulled a sneaky ’Pharma bro’ trick instead

The maker of EpiPens announced Wednesday that it would cut out-of-pocket costs for the life-saving allergy treatment — but the drug’s actual cost won’t change.
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Mylan CEO Heather Bresch speaks to Fortune's Most Powerful Women summit in 2015 (Screen capture)

EpiPen maker’s stock value plunges nearly $3 billion as investors panic

Mylan Pharmaceuticals — the company that makes the EpiPen rescue device — has watched its stock value plummet over the last five days as panicky investors jump ship.
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Ann Coulter (Shutterstock)

‘In Trump We Trust’ author Ann Coulter cries angry tears after Trump breaks her trust on immigration

Conservative author Ann Coulter claims “there’s nothing Trump can do that won’t be forgiven… except change his immigration policies.” Because of this, it’s particularly ironic that Donald Trump broke her trust on immigration.
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