AirTalk for May 27, 2015

Fans are reeling this morning after a handful of officials from soccer’s world governing body were arrested on corruption and conspiracy charges. Also, AirTalk revisits a highlighted study that has come under question after the researcher was recently accused of misrepresenting his methods. Then, California Senate Bill 358 would ensure that women are paid equally as their male colleagues.
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