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Tillerson Raps Some U.S. Allies for Religious Free…

U.S. allies including Saudi Arabia and Bahrain did not uphold principles of religious freedom in 2016, while Islamic State has carried out “genocide” against religious minorities, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Tuesday. Tillerson made the comments at the State Department while introducing the agency’s annual report on religious ...

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Helen Mirren: Ivanka ‘Ignorant’ on Women

Oscar-winner Helen Mirren has taken a swat at Ivanka Trump, saying the first daughter’s promotion of female empowerment rings false. Zeroing in on Ivanka’s advice book, “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success,” Mirren, a longtime critic of President Donald Trump, told Allure Magazine: “[Ivanka] talks a good game, ...

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Obama's Charlottesville Tweet One of the Most…

Former President Barack Obama’s Twitter post after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., is one of the most popular tweets ever, The Hill reported. Source link

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Florida Gov. Accused of Breaking Vow to LGBTQ Work…

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been accused of failing to follow through on a commitment he made to seek an executive order prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ state workers. Brandon Wolf, a survivor of the shooting at the gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando where 49 people were killed, wrote an op-ed ...

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More Than Half of the Country Has Made Up Its Mind…

Tuesday, 15 Aug 2017 16:34 PM Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been accused of failing to follow through on a commitment he made to seek an executive order . . . Tuesday, 15 Aug 2017 16:04 PM Anthony Scaramucci, whose short-lived tenure as White House communications director ended after ...

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Scaramucci Sitcom ‘Attack of the Swamp Monsters’ i…

Anthony Scaramucci, whose short-lived tenure as White House communications director ended after he unleashed a profanity-laced tirade aimed at members of the administration, is reportedly working on a sitcom titled, “Attack of the Swamp Monsters,” according to TMZ. The show is very loosely based on his 10 days at the White ...

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Las Vegas Police Arrest Man With Ties to Sen. Hell…

Police in Las Vegas have arrested a man in connection with a July 16 burglary and a threatening note left at the office of Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev. The suspect, Richard Holley, faces charges of extortion, burglary, and intimidation of a public officer, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department announced. ...

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‘Bands of Criminals’ Destroying Historic Monuments

“Bands of criminals” pulled down a statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina on Monday, and they should not be celebrated, conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham said Tuesday. “When you see bands of criminals, which is what they were yesterday, ripping down public property and being ...

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SEC Targeted Me for Being ‘Flamboyant’

Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical CEO recently found guilty of securities fraud, said Tuesday that he was singled out by federal officials for being “flamboyant.” “In fact, the SEC told me so, which is really remarkable,” he said on Fox Business.  “There was one very senior person at the SEC ...

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Obama's Charlottesville Tweet One of the Most…

Former President Barack Obama’s Twitter post after the violence in Charlottesville, Va.is one of the most popular tweets ever, The Hill reports. Source link

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