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Jim Acosta's Alleged 'Assault' of White House Intern Debated on 'The View'

"When you look at the clip, is that inappropriate touching? We know when someone is accused of assault, that's a very loaded word," said Whoopi Goldberg.

An intense debate on whether or not CNN reporter, Jim Acosta, "assaulted" a White House intern during a press conference with President Trump took place on ABC's morning talk show, "The View."

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Was Our Article on the SSM Hospital Beat Down 'Fair and Unbiased'?

An inquiry from a reader inspires further investigation and the results are shocking.

The following email came in from a Yahoo.com email address; I am not going to reveal the person's name:

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VIDEO: Patient Attacked at St. Louis Hospital by Security Guard

"220 pounds of white daytime TV muscle on top of her."

Vanity Allen went to the hospital for stomach pains and ended up being brutally assaulted by a hospital security guard in July.

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An off-duty Miami Beach police officer and her sister brutally attacked a woman while she was on a date with her boyfriend. Ambar Pacheco kicked eight-months-pregnant, Evoni Murray, age 27, in the stomach and has been fired, police officials said. The attack sent Murray into premature labor.

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Trump Continues to Disparage Women and Mocks #MeToo

His campaign tactic of offending others rallies his base.

REUTERS

At his Great Falls, Mont., rally yesterday, President Trump doled out insults to Rep. Maxine Waters, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton and survivors of sexual harassment and assault — as if he didn't care that his "grab 'em by the p***y" comments and assaults weren't part a catalyst for the movement.

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White Racists Use Intimidation for Years to Beat Black Employee with Disability into Slavery

This week's guilty plea to federal charges says what many knew — this was calculated.

Horry County Sheriff's Department

Bobby Paul Edwards, 53, who was charged with slavery, assault and battery, false imprisonment, Fair Labor violations and discriminations against John Christopher Smith, a Black employee with intellectual disabilities at J&J Cafeteria in Myrtle Beach, S.C., plead guilty on Monday.

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Sexual Assault Scandal at Baylor University Goes Deeper

More details emerge about the repeated sexual assault allegations against the school's football players, and the lack of action taken by university officials and police.

A scandal surrounding widespread sexual assaults involving the Baylor University football team goes even deeper than initially thought, according to information uncovered by ESPN's Outside the Lines (OTL) that was revealed Thursday.

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