The search was conducted 13 days after Jamal Khashoggi vanished while visiting the facility in Istanbul, and came as expectations mounted among U.S. officials that Saudi Arabia will admit some level of complicity in the death of the journalist, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
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In his televised interview, the president again proved that his rhetoric is fundamentally based on making statements that are not true and on being as deceptive as his audience will allow.
The adult-film actress also was ordered to pay the president’s legal fees. Daniels’s lawsuit claimed that President Trump defamed her when he suggested she had lied about being threatened to keep quiet about their alleged relationship.
Nana, seen with her 5-year-old son, became the first woman from Betsingilo, Madagascar, to get long-term contraception.
Ripple Effect
One of President Trump's first executive orders requires groups to pledge to have no role in promoting abortion — or forgo U.S. health funding. The policy has created a wave of uncertainty for aid-dependent countries.
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Analysis
If Republicans find their mojo before Election Day, it will be largely because Trump has effectively weaponized the anger driving a deep wedge between the parties this cycle.
No other president dating back to at least Ronald Reagan had raised as much money as Trump at this point in his first term, according to the Campaign Finance Institute.
The defense secretary said he has never spoken to President Trump about leaving his position, nor did he see the interview in which Trump called called the retired general “sort of a Democrat.”
A new report suggests the decline in invertebrate populations is more widespread than scientists realized. Huge numbers of bugs have been lost in a pristine national forest in Puerto Rico, the study found, and the forest’s insect-eating animals have gone missing, too.
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