Report: CIA Concludes Crown Prince Ordered…

It's not exactly a surprising conclusion, but it lends credence to the whispers—the CIA believes with "high confidence" that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was the one who put the hit out on Jamal Khashoggi , sources tell the Washington Post and New York Times . The Times notes two...

Florida high school massacre panel considers…

State commission investigating Florida high school massacre begins discussions on what recommendations it will make to bolster student safety, prevent future shooting attacks

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past…

PHOTO GALLERY: Flock of starlings flies near crane in Milan, Italy; traditional Papua New Guinean performer at international conference; homes destroyed by wildfires in California, as seen from the air.

Afghan official: Taliban target police checkpoint, killing 5

An Afghan official says that at least five police officers have been killed when their checkpoint came under attack by insurgents in the northwestern Badghis province

Recount adds to Florida's reputation for bungling elections

Latest Florida recount adds to state's reputation for bungling elections

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Three myths about Florida elections recount

Myths like "forged ballots" and "found votes" have been doing the rounds in Florida's controversial mid-term elections.

Stacey Abrams Ends Challenge Against Republican…

Stacey Abrams Ends Challenge Against Republican Brian Kemp for Georgia Governor

Young People are Afraid to Complain Because it…

According to a recent survey, younger generations avoid complaining more than older generations. Buzz60's Sam Berman

New president replaces autocratic leader in the Maldives

Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has taken over as president of the Maldives following a fierce political discord caused by the autocratic rule of outgoing leader Yameen Abdul Gayoom

DeVos wants to change campus rules on sexual…

DeVos is proposing overhauling the way colleges handle complaints of sexual misconduct

Dow, S&P gain; Nasdaq dips

Wall Street closed mostly higher on Friday after President Donald Trump said the United States may not have to impose further tariffs on Chinese goods. Fred Katayama reports.

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UK leader fights back against critics, defends…

British Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting back against critics of her Brexit deal, telling her Conservative opponents that their alternative plans for Britain's departure from the European Union wouldn't work

Senators draft resolution for Native American Heritage Month

A U.S. Senate resolution has been introduced to designate November as Native American Heritage month

SCOTUS To Hear Arguments Related To Census…

The Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments on whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross can be deposed and what evidence can be considered.

Britain says Russian contractors have no say in visa process

Britain's Home Office says that the company contracted to collect visa applications in Russia has "absolutely no involvement with the decision-making process."

Wildfire-charred movie ranch to be rebuilt over 2…

The National Park Service says it plans to rebuild the burned-down buildings and movie sets of Southern California's Paramount Ranch and reopen within two years

Fire deaths rise to 71 ahead of Trump's…

Authorities in Northern California are searching for those who perished and those who survived the fiercest of wildfires ahead of a planned visit by President Donald Trump

Regulators close Maine's shrimp fishery for next…

Regulators are closing the Gulf of Maine winter shrimp season for another three years

African leaders applaud Ethiopia prime minister for reforms

Africa's leaders applauded Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for making substantial reforms in his country as they met to consider improvements to the continent-wide body at a summit that started Saturday

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Attorney: Prosecutors stalled Kansas prison recordings probe

A court-appointed attorney investigating whether federal prosecutors in Kansas improperly listened to recorded conversations between prisoners and their attorneys says the U.S. Attorney's Office did not cooperate with him