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White House wants women to register for draft, Trump picks James "Mad Dog" Mattis as defense secretary, French president François Hollande will not run for second term, and more.
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A Bunch of High Schoolers Recreated Martin Shkreli's Overpriced HIV Drug for $15

A group of 16- and 17-year-old boys was able to recreate Daraprim for just $2 a pill.
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Watch: Martin Shkreli on Drug Price Hikes and Playing the World’s Villain

An exclusive interview with the new poster child of capitalistic greed.
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Here's the Full Text of Martin Shkreli's Criminal Indictment

The FBI arrested the controversial pharmaceutical CEO on seven counts of fraud.
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That Pharma CEO Everyone Hates Isn't Lowering the Price of That $750 Pill After All

"It's always been affordable," he told Bloomberg on Wednesday.
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Another Company Will Start Offering Martin Shkreli's $750 Pill for a Buck

The internet's most hated dude has been undermined yet again.
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A Pill Doesn't Have to Cost $750 To Be Outrageous and Exploitative

Turing is just a symptom of much deeper pharmaceutical woes.
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Did Big Pharma Dickhead Martin Shkreli Offer to Pay His Ex-Girlfriend $10,000 to Go Down on Her?

An anonymous woman claiming to be his ex has released what she says are sleazy messages from this week's most hated man on the internet.
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Martin Shkreli Now Says He'll Lower the Price of His $750 Pill

The pharmaceutical executive admits he's bowing to public pressure after Hillary Clinton hinted at new regulations for the drug industry.
Mike Pearl

We Asked an Expert How the Price of a Pill Could Go from $13.50 to $750 Overnight

Former hedge funder Martin Shkreli made headlines for jacking up the price of a medication dramatically. How can we stop price-gouging from happening?
Mike Pearl

When Drug Startups Make Big Pharma Look Like the Good Guy

In which a recently formed pharmaceutical company run by a disgraced hedge fund manager starts charging $750 a pill for an essential drug.
Michael Byrne