Database Behavior: “They saw him leering at some girls, singling them out with pet nicknames, encouraging them to dance for him. They saw him treating boys with contempt, and sometimes cruelty. The teacher, who was also a coach and involved with extracurricular activities, told the students that he’d weathered parents’ complaints for nearly 30 years, and there was nothing anyone could do to him.” He was wrong. Some middle school boys thought their teacher was a ‘creep.’ So they tracked how he treated the girls.

+ IoWTF? “Lewis was 15 when she stabbed Brooks more than 30 times in a Des Moines apartment. Officials have said Lewis was a runaway who was seeking to escape an abusive life with her adopted mother and was sleeping in the hallways of a Des Moines apartment building when a 28-year-old man took her in before forcibly trafficking her to other men for sex. Lewis said one of those men was Brooks and that he had raped her multiple times in the weeks before his death.” Iowa teen who killed rapist sentenced, ordered to pay $150K restitution to his family. (Insane.)

+ House Calls: “It’s not that no doctor or nurse has ever recognized that a patient has been battered and stepped in with help. Some do; some don’t. But there has not been a systemic, holistic, health-focused response at U.S. health care facilities, overseen by trained and aware health professionals and social service partners.” There’s a quiet movement underway to have doctors and other health care providers take the lead in spotting domestic abuse and — hopefully — intervening before it gets worse.

+ Starr Dies: “Starr was part of a team that helped Epstein reach a controversial plea agreement in 2008 that led to him receiving a 13-month sentence instead of facing more serious federal charges for sex abuse.” Ken Starr, whose probe led to Clinton impeachment, dies. Starr also defended Trump in the first impeachment. From Trump: “I so appreciated his support and his thoughts that our cause against fascists and other mentally sick people in our Country is just.” (I can think of no more fitting tribute.)

+ Hardee Har Har “The incident happened on Tuesday as Lindell, chief executive of My Pillow, was in line at a branch of Hardee’s in Mankato, Minnesota, his home town, following a hunting trip.” My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has phone seized by FBI at fast-food outlet.