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Trump vows ‘severe punishment’ if U.S. determines Saudi Arabia killed Khashoggi

October 13, 2018
Philip Rucker | The Washington Post
President Trump vowed “severe punishment” for Saudi Arabia if the United States determines that Saudi agents killed Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, calling the journalist’s suspected murder “really terrible and disgusting.”
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White House considers two female ambassadors to replace Haley at U.N.

October 13, 2018
Eliana Johnson, Daniel Lippman, Gabby Orr | POLITICO
The White House is adding two high-profile women, both confirmed ambassadors, to the list of candidates to succeed Nikki Haley at the United Nations, according to two senior administration officials: Jamie McCourt and Kelly Knight Craft.
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Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines

October 13, 2018
Nancy Youssef, Margherita Stancati | The Wall Street Journal
The mystery surrounding Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, has drawn scrutiny to the Saudi government’s efforts to silence critics at home and abroad.

What happened to Jamal Khashoggi?

October 12, 2018
An international mystery over a missing American-based journalist.
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Melania Trump Visits Africa, Drawing Fresh Contrast With Husband

October 2, 2018
Jennifer Jacobs | Bloomberg
As they settled into the White House together, First Lady Melania Trump drew a firm line with President Donald Trump: the oft-televised Oval Office was his to decorate, and the private residence was hers, according to people close to them.

PODCAST: President Trump at UN the General Assembly

September 28, 2018
President Trump on the world stage.

Rep. Duncan Hunter indicted

August 24, 2018
GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter’s campaign fraud scandal.

Lawmakers grill Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Capitol Hill

July 27, 2018
Pompeo faces questions on Russia, North Korea.
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