Secretary of State Mike Pompeo offered his assessment after talks with the Saudi leadership and said the crown prince again denied any knowledge of what happened to Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
The scope of the storm's fury has become clearer after nearly a week of missing-persons reports and desperate searches in the devastated neighborhoods of the Florida Panhandle.
By Amna Nawaz, Joshua Barajas
More than 60 migrant children remain in U.S. custody after being separated from their parents under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, according to the latest update from the government.
By Fay Abuelgasim, Suzan Fraser, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Turkish Police searching the Saudi Consulate found evidence that Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi was killed there. It comes as pressure intensifies for Saudi Arabia to explain what happened to Khashoggi, who vanished Oct. 2 while visiting the consulate to pick…
By Sonia Perez D., Associated Press
President Donald Trump threatened to cut aid to Honduras if it doesn't stop a caravan of some 2,000 migrants who are making their way through Guatemala with hopes of reaching the U.S. border.
By Yanan Wang, Associated Press
About 1 million Uighurs, Kazakhs and other minorities have been arbitrarily detained in mass internment camps in China's far west Xinjiang region, according to estimates by a U.N. panel.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The Justice Department announced on Tuesday 15 indictments against members of Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, one of Mexico's largest drug cartels accused of trafficking tons of cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl-laced heroin into the U.S.
By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
"President Trump has First Amendment rights and is free to criticize the press vehemently, but he is not free to use the power and authority of the United States government to punish and stifle it," the complaint reads.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Warren released DNA test results Monday in part to push back against Trump's longstanding taunts about her claims of Native American ancestry.
By Steve Peoples, Ken Thomas, Juana Summers, Associated Press
Many of the Democratic Party's most ambitious have begun building relationships on the ground in the states most responsible for picking the next presidential nominee.
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