President Trump said he hadn't yet been briefed on the agency's finding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But Trump has already been shown evidence of the prince’s alleged involvement, and privately he remains skeptical, aides said.
The assessment is based on information that includes a call between Khashoggi and the prince's brother, according to people familiar with the matter.
The Take
Analysis
Some presidents have changed course after setbacks. But so far, Trump has been loath to admit the problems he caused his party. Will the second two years of his term be any different from the first two years?
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Even if you've never cooked for the holiday, you'll find this menu of recipes doable, with something for everyone. A slight change in ingredients or preparation truly elevates the food — without having to resort to shaved truffles.
In the two years since the British voted to break away from the European Union, something remarkable happened: Its citizens stopped worrying so much about foreigners.
Election 2018
The manual tally focused exclusively on ballots where the voter’s intent could not be gleaned from the machine count.
Prominent liberal activists are openly floating a primary challenge to the two-term Massachusetts Democrat, and on the Hill, his fusillade against Rep. Nancy Pelosi has angered even some of his admirers.
At least nine new Democrats have served in the armed forces, intelligence services or other roles at State and Defense — giving the House momentum to investigate whether Trump used the military to score political points.
More than 240,000 demonstrated against increases in diesel fuel taxes that they blame on President Emmanuel Macron, calling him the “president of the rich.”
TV Review
Patricia Arquette gives an astonishing performance as the prison employee who helped two inmates break out of a New York facility in 2015.
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Reactions to CNN’s Acosta return to the White House
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