Donald Trump Jr, Kamala Harris

Donald Trump, Jr clapped back at California Rep. Kamala Harris who tweeted misinformation about President Trump's tax reform bill.

Trump, Jr. retweeted Harris' tweet that referred to Trump's tax cut as a "middle class tax hike."

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President Donald Trump

Good news! President Donald Trump is pushing for a 15% corporate tax cut and substantial tax cuts for individuals. That means more money in your pocket if you're a business owner. Trump's tax reform means more cash in your refund checks -- if you're lucky enough to get a tax refund.

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Rachel Maddow FAIL

Twitter users dragged MSNBC host Rachel Maddow unmercifully on Tuesday night, after she tweeted she had copies of President Donald Trump's tax returns.

Maddow's tweet turned out to be half true. She didn't have any of Trump's recent tax returns. Her guest, financial analyst and blogger David Cay Johnston, brought Trump's 2005 tax returns with him.

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Tamar Braxton

Singer and daytime talk show host Tamar Braxton turned 38 today (Mar. 17). But Tamar and her husband Vince Herbert aren't in the mood for celebrating. That is because they are in danger of losing of losing their Calabasas, CA. mansion, according to a source.

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Dolce & Gabbana

The gay couple behind one of the most well-known fashion brands in the world will be spending the next 20 months in prison.

Domenico Dolce, 54, and Stefano Gabbana, 50, who founded the iconic fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana, were sentenced to 20 months in an Italian prison after they were convicted of evading taxes on €408 million ($540 million USD).

According to UK's Daily Mail, a judge in Milan ruled that the stylish couple failed to declare income of about €1billion ($1.3 billion USD), and that they moved their brand to Luxembourg to evade Italy's corporation income tax.

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Dr Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

That's not a typo. Rapper Dr. Dre donated $70 million to USC to train "and inspire a new generation of innovators." Music industry executive Jimmy Iovine also pitched in a couple hundred million.

Both men donated to a program entitled the "USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation." The purpose of the program "is to shape the future by nurturing the talents, passions, leadership and risk-taking of uniquely qualified students who challenge conventional views of art and industry," according to USC.

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Lil Wayne pays the IRS $7 million

When Lil Wayne hits the road on July 9th with rappers T.I. and 2 Chainz for the 40-city 'America's Most Wanted' tour, rapper Future will not be with them.

"I haven't been on the road in a minute," Weezy told MTV News on May 3. "I'm ready to get back out there and I'm going out there with Future and 'em, and they're going to obviously take over; I'm just playing the back field," he said.

That same day, PepsiCo announced it was dropping Lil Wayne (and the tour) from a sponsorship contract due to offensive lyrics in one of his songs.

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