Australia pulls out of Saudi summit over Khashoggi death

The Australian government has decided it is "No longer appropriate" to attend a summit in Saudi Arabia in light of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Missouri GOP sent 10,000 voters false absentee voting information

The Missouri Republican Party sent mailers to 10,000 voters across the state with false information about when their absentee ballots are due, the party's executive director acknowledged Friday.

Exxon Mobil CEO: No fracking near my backyard

Story HighlightsExxon Mobil's CEO is a plaintiff on a lawsuit that opposes building a water tower near his home.

1st black woman legislator in Vermont resigns after white supremacists threaten safety of her...

"There's obviously online harassment that can happen, and that's a part of our social media world right now, but then when things started happening in everyday life, that's when it becomes really worrisome and terrifying," she told The Associated Press.

Kamala Harris proposes bill to repeal GOP tax cuts, give money to working class...

Amid speculation of a 2020 presidential run, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., has introduced a bill that would replace GOP tax cuts with new tax credits for working class and middle class families.

Crowds swarm polls in record numbers for early voting in Georgia

COBB COUNTY, Ga. - Voters arrived once again Thursday to incredibly long lines to early vote in Cobb County.

Saudi Arabia admits journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed after a fight broke out in...

Missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, Saudi Arabia's general prosecutor said early Saturday morning local time.

Analysis: Brian Kemp has purged over 300,000 voters from Georgia rolls

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is accused of seeking to suppress the black vote ahead of his big election.

The President of the United States Just Explicitly Endorsed Political Violence

Donald Trump, American president, has for years endorsed violence from the rally podium, encouraging his supporters to punch protesters in the face and offering to pay their legal bills.

107,000 purged from Georgia voter rolls for not voting in past elections

Georgia officials removed an estimated 107,000 people from voter rolls because they decided not to vote in prior elections, according to a new report.

Judge orders Betsy DeVos to begin student loan forgiveness

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss ruled last month that DeVos' delay was unlawful.

Sen Bernie Sanders on Saudis: U.S. can’t have ‘ally who murders in cold blood,’...

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on Thursday called for a re-evaluation of the U.S.'s relationship with Saudi Arabia after the nation, as he described it, carried out a murder of a journalist "In cold blood" in their consulate in Istanbul.

Pompeo Heard Tape of Khasoggi’s Murder

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heard an audio recording of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder inside Istanbul's Saudi Arabian consulate, a senior Turkish official told ABC News.

Rape suspect cleared by DNA sues cops, city for false arrest, defamation

"Defendants knew or should have known that there was not probable cause to arrest and charge Mr. Davis, causing him to be held in jail for 129 days and then placed on a tether for another 61 days," Linton wrote in the lawsuit.

Beto O’Rourke says Ted Cruz has second-worst bipartisanship record of all senators in 25...

Beto O'Rourke of El Paso, the Democratic U.S. House member challenging Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, charged Cruz with setting a crummy course by infrequently teaming with Democrats.

Saudi Arabia reportedly plans to admit Khashoggi was murdered and use a 2-star general...

Saudi Arabia reportedly plans to admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi agents, but will put the blame on a rogue general acting beyond his authority.

Legal Experts: Ivanka Trump May Have Committed Felony Fraud

Ivanka Trump misrepresented the sales figures of various Trump-branded properties around the world on multiple occasions over the past decade, according to a lengthy exposé released late Wednesday by public interest news organization ProPublica in conjunction with Manhattan public radio station WNYC. Those real estate-related misrepresentations were almost certainly criminal according to legal experts surveyed by Law&Crime.

Jimmy Carter: Kavanaugh is ‘unfit’ to be a Supreme Court justice

Former President Jimmy Carter harshly criticized newly appointed Supreme Court Justice , calling him "Unfit" to serve on the court.

Donald Trump’s “Natural Instinct for Science” is Sadly Wrong, Say Scientists: “Trump saying he...

In an interview with the Associated Press on Wednesday, President Donald Trump said he agrees that the climate changes, but that "It goes back and forth, back and forth." His view of climate change, the phenomenon that scientists predict will inflict irreconcilable havoc by 2040, is similar to his own relationship to the scientific topic: It goes back and forth, back and forth.

Saudi suspect in Khashoggi case ‘dies in car accident’: Report

ISTANBUL. A Turkish newspaper reported on Oct. 18 that one of the suspects involved in the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi died in a "Suspicious car accident" in Riyadh.