Ivanka Trump has again proven that where business, money-making and worker exploitation are concerned, it's like father, like daughter. Workers at a factory in China that makes clothes for the Ivanka Trump clothing line and other labels made roughly $1 an hour, according to a new audit cited by the Washington Post. The workers toiled 60 hours a week to produce clothing they could never afford, such as the "brand's $158 dresses [and] $79 blouses" -- but low wages weren't the only difficulty they endured. Read more.
A mother of a student in a Montgomery County Public School in Maryland is outraged that police and school officials were called on her 10-year-old son for handing out play money to his friends on a school bus. Read more.