President Trump said that the Saudi king "denies any knowledge" of what may have happened to Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi who disappeared after entering the Saudi Consulate on Oct. 2 in Turkey. Trump suggested that there could have been "rogue killers."
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President Trump sat down this weekend for what is an increasingly rare thing: A non-Fox News, non-conservative interviewer peppering him with questions in a full-length interview.
President Trump is challenged during a television interview in real time.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s action, meant to push back against critics, comes as she prepares for a possible 2020 Democratic presidential bid.
Albany, Ga., was still recovering from a deadly tornado and hurricane in 2017 when Hurricane Michael came barreling through, delivering a punishing hit to a region that struggles with poverty.
The storm has killed at least 18 people, a number that officials say is likely to rise as emergency crews work to reach some of the hardest-hit areas.
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The former vice president is at the top of the 2020 pack, as White House aides say President Trump fears a challenge from Biden the most.
The explosive growth of short-term rentals has spawned political contests that highlight the difficulty of managing a disruptive new industry.
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Even one of the president’s former top critics has come to accept that the Republican Party is Trump’s party.
The defense secretary has laid the groundwork for substantive changes but has yet to cement legacy-defining reforms.
Back in 1917, Prince Harry’s great-great-grandfather decided to limit the titles of members of the royal family.
The discovery offers a glimpse into a terrified society swept by a deadly disease — which archaeologists say may have paved the way for the end of the Roman Empire.
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