Subpoenas have been issued following a report that detailed decades of sexual abuse by clergy.
Mounting evidence points to Mohammed bin Salman’s involvement in the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
Since the end of “zero tolerance” separations, such illegal crossings have soared 80 percent.
State Department denies any connection between the payment and the secretary of state’s visit to the kingdom.
But the secretary of state did not listen to a key piece of the Turkish evidence — audio purporteds to contain the sounds of the journalist’s death.
The charges stem from a series of stories about suspicious financial transactions involving Trump associates.
“We are strong and old allies,” the crown prince told the secretary of state. “We face our challenges together — the past, the day of, tomorrow.”
The unidentified official retired and will not be prosecuted for falsely claiming to have paid for the tickets.
The defense secretary said he has never spoken to President Trump about leaving his position a day after the president called the retired general “sort of a Democrat.”
The defense secretary has laid the groundwork for substantive changes but has yet to cement legacy-defining reforms.
The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi has thrown a spotlight on the authoritarian rule of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.
Saudi Arabia is the top customer for U.S. weapons, but the kingdom’s military might has not matched its buying power.
Determined to stem crossings, officials are considering asking parents to choose between detention or separation.
Intelligence officials say Tehran is making contingency preparations to strike its enemies, including the United States.
“You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered,” said one person familiar with the recordings.