James Mattis: No Smoking Gun Implicating Saudi Crown Prince
After initially saying he had left the consulate alive, Saudi Arabia admitted weeks later that he was killed there. He denied that the White House had barred Haspel from attending Wednesday's briefing.
Cyber Monday Brings Hope for a Rally in Retail Stocks
Target was offering 30 per cent off on select toys, while Kohl's discounted Lego sets between 30 per cent and 40 per cent. Bed, Bath & Beyond unveiled online discounts on Sunday and Amazon also let Prime members get a head start on Sunday.
Clashes as migrants try to storm United States border
USA officials have said for months that they were working with Mexico to find solutions for what they have called a border crisis. Mexico's incoming interior minister said there was "no agreement of any type between the future govt of Mexico and US".
J&K: LeT militant who killed journalist Shujaat Bukhari shot dead in Budgam
Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead by terrorists on June 14, 2018, when he was coming out of his office in Press Enclave in Srinagar . Trained at the LeT's Muridke headquarters in Pakistan, Jatt is reported to have entered Kashmir in 2012, through Kupwara sector.
Josh Donaldson inks one-year pact with Braves
He had a hip injury in 2016, was slowed by a strained right calf in 2017 and by shoulder inflammation and a calf strain this year. Josh Donaldson hit a home run on September 14 of this year and had me thinking the Cleveland Indians had that magic back.
Jailed Ukrainian sailors moved to Moscow
Kiev authorities have chose to turn away all Russian men aged 16 to 60. "They can get away with whatever they do". Canada could also use this week's G20 meeting in Argentina to advance that line of response, Shevchenko said.
After Khashoggi, Saudi prince looks to rebuild image abroad
The complaint also accuses the crown prince and Saudi government of torture of Saudi citizens. The US Central Intelligence Agency has concluded the crown prince was behind the killing.
Feds pass back-to-work legislation for Canada Post employees
Palacek accused the government of supporting organized labour only when it's convenient and of doing Canada Post's "dirty work". The former Conservative government used back-to-work legislation for Canada Post workers in 2011.
NASA Spacecraft To Endure '7 Minutes of Terror' In Mars Landing
The $1 billion global effort calls for the robotic geologist to explore Mars' mysterious interior. Radio signals may be briefly lost.
Major League Baseball donated $5,000 to MS senator Cindy Hyde-Smith
Blocks away in the eastern MS city, Democrat Mike Espy spoke to a mostly African-American crowd at a Masonic lodge. In the heavily Republican state, Hyde-Smith had always been seen as the prohibitive favorite in the race.