A photo of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his wife posing with a sheet of new $1 bills — the first notes bearing his signature — prompted people to poke fun at them online last week
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Her speech highlighted the views of many in Myanmar who see the Rohingya as illegal immigrants and blame the population for terrorist acts
His gruesome slayings horrified the world, and exposed the dangerous underside of the peace and love counterculture movement of the 60s
Rabbi Noson Leiter, who once called Hurricane Sandy’s destruction 'divine justice' for same-sex marriage, lashed out at 'homosexualist gay terrorism'
Homosexuality is not banned in Turkey and numerous LGBTI associations are legally registered with the state, but rights activists say LGBTI individuals face discrimination
Outgoing Lebanese PM arrived in Paris after rumors of Saudi detainment and said he will return to Beirut for independence day celebrations by Wednesday
Hariri called Lebanese President Michel Aoun after his arrival in Paris, saying he would be back in the country by Wednesday
The prime minister made the comments hours before he is expected to leave Saudi Arabia, where he delivered his surprise resignation, for France
'I steadfastly affirm that I would rather wear out than rust out,' said the the 76-year-old civil rights icon in a letter to supporters
Tambor, the star of Amazon's 'Transparent,' denies the allegations, saying 'I am not a predator'