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Alan Turing was one of 227,299 notable individuals considered to appear on the new English bank note.
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An armored truck accidentally opened while driving down I-285 near Atlanta, showering the highway with nearly $175,000.
The heir apparent became the first member of the family to visit Cuba in an official capacity.
Each year, a slew of financial documents give the public a glimpse into royal spending.
Money originally intended for the Airborne Warning and Control System and funding for U.S. allies has also been redirected to the southern border wall.
The banknotes say "responsibilty" instead of "responsibility."
Holden Matthews, 21, the son of Louisiana Deputy Roy Matthews of the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, was arrested and charged with three counts of simple arson over a string of suspicious local fires at three historically black local churches.
O'Rourke earned nearly $10 million in just 18 days, but can he keep that momentum going?
"I want to stress that a lie, even repeated a thousand times, will still be a lie," China said in response to U.S. accusations that it conducted dishonest trade practices.
The powerful lobby group sent out an email asking for support in the wake of controversy sparked by Omar's tweets.
Paul Erickson was indicted in his home state of South Dakota on 11 counts of money laundering and wire fraud.
The couple were detained by Malaysian police over the alleged abuse.
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The goal is to send "100,000 BRICKS" to Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer "to prove that WALLS WORK!" the campaign message says.
The National Border Patrol Council has been an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump's proposal to build a wall along the southwest border, going so far as to back a government shutdown in a play to get lawmakers to fund the project.
Otto Warmbier was arrested in North Korea for "hostile acts aimed to subvert the country" and died days after his release.
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Lebron James landed himself in a second racially-charged controversy this weekend after posting rap lyrics about "Jewish money."