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Biden administration releases report on Khashoggi's killing directly implicating Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement The Biden administration on Friday released a declassified US intelligence report on Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's brutal 2018 killing that explicitly implicated Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
"We assess that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman approved an operation in Istanbul, Turkey to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi," the report , provided by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence , stated.
"We base this assessment on the Crown Prince's control of decisionmaking in the Kingdom, the direct involvement of a...
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U.S. intel report says Saudi crown prince approved killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

U.S. intel report says Saudi crown prince approved killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

1 month ago   |   By CNBC


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Republican Sen. Ron Johnson says there's 'no reason to be pushing vaccines...

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson says there's 'no reason to be pushing vaccines on people' in interview with right-wing radio host

Summary List Placement Republican Sen. Ron Johnson has long embraced skepticism about science on issues from climate change to COVID-19. On Thursday, the Wisconsin conservative... Read more ...

Only One Senator Voted No on Anti-Asian Hate Crime Bill

Only One Senator Voted No on Anti-Asian Hate Crime Bill

The Senate is usually split 50-50 between Democrats and Republicans, but in a rare moment of bipartisanship Thursday, it was split between Sen. Josh Hawley and everybody else... Read more ...

Russian's Navalny to end prison hunger strike on 24th day

Russian's Navalny to end prison hunger strike on 24th day

MOSCOW - Imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he is ending his hunger strike after getting medical attention and being warned by his doctors that continuing it... Read more ...

California public universities plan to require Covid-19 vaccines

California public universities plan to require Covid-19 vaccines

SACRAMENTO - California's two public university systems announced Thursday they will require nearly 800,000 students to receive the Covid-19 vaccine as soon as this fall in the... Read more ...

HUD scraps Trump proposal on transgender access to single-sex homeless shelters

HUD scraps Trump proposal on transgender access to single-sex homeless shelters

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is withdrawing a Trump-era proposed rule giving federally funded single-sex homeless shelters the choice to house only people... Read more ...

Sen. Tim Scott will deliver the GOP response to Biden's speech before a...

Sen. Tim Scott will deliver the GOP response to Biden's speech before a joint session of Congress

Summary List Placement South Carolina Rep. Tim Scott will deliver the GOP response to President Joe Biden's speech before Congress on April 28. Biden is planning to make his... Read more ...

Senate passes anti-Asian American hate crime bill

Senate passes anti-Asian American hate crime bill

The Senate on Thursday passed an anti-hate crimes bill aimed at addressing a surge in attacks on Asian Americans amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The measure, which would create a... Read more ...

House Votes To Make D.C. The 51st State

House Votes To Make D.C. The 51st State

D.C. is now closer to winning statehood than it has ever been, but the Senate's approval is far from certain. Read more ...

Republicans roll out $568 billion infrastructure package that Dems have...

Republicans roll out $568 billion infrastructure package that Dems have already rejected

Senate Republicans released a $568 billion infrastructure framework on Thursday intended as a counteroffer to President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal, a plan about a... Read more ...

9-0 Supreme Court ruling guts FTC's ability to seek redress for consumers

9-0 Supreme Court ruling guts FTC's ability to seek redress for consumers

The Federal Trade Commission can't force companies that engage in wrongdoing to pay back consumers or give up ill-gotten profit, the Supreme Court held Thursday, dealing a huge... Read more ...