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“Every nine seconds we find something new to be outraged about online,” says John Oliver, and he has proof.

But is that really a problem? Oliver argues that public shaming on social media, toxic as it can be, serves a beneficial purpose in certain cases. Consider Tucker Carlson, for example — a powerful racist broadcaster who sounded like a whining baby last week when held accountable for bigoted, misogynist, and just plain sick remarks he made on the radio several years ago.

Oliver takes the opportunity for a few extra-toasty Tucker burns, but he also looks at how an online pile-on can ruin the innocent — and how hard that damage is to redress.

You’ll learn and you’ll laugh. Just click!

Donald Trump in El Paso

Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead

The city of El Paso, Texas, announced on Tuesday that it had hired a law firm to collect on $569,204 it is still owed by Donald Trump's presidential campaign for costs associated with a February 2019 rally.

"A lot of us have been concerned about this outstanding invoice, about the amount of money that is owed to us by the Trump campaign," said local Rep. Peter Svarzbein said during a city council meeting.

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