Monday's question of the day

Our last question asked: ​Nearly five years after it hit bestseller lists, a book that was dictated by a six-year-old boy is being pulled from shelves. What was the reason? And what's especially amusing about his surname? A young boy whose personal account after waking up from a coma was turned into the best-selling book, "The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven," now recants his story, saying he lied about the going to heaven part. His last name also happens to be Malarkey, also a slang term for "nonsense."

Congratulations to Karen Hansen of RTDNA for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions belong to Laura AlixKen WalkerCharlotte LoBuonoMatthew DelmanTiffany YoungMarilyn ParelJim DeLaEricka Lozano-BuhlHeather SmathersHollywood Highlands@.l.interpretations, and Margo Howard for also getting that right.

As for today's question, here it is: An international beauty queen contestant is very upset over a recent selfie she claims was actually a photobomb. What's the politics behind the ruckus?

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