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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is under increased scrutiny as Turkey and other nations accuse the Saudis of having journalist Jamal Khashoggi killed. Salman is said to have no tolerance for critics.
Noel King talks to Karen Attiah, of The Washington Post, about the column which was filed before Khashoggi disappeared. He wrote passionately about the need for a free press in the Arab world.
CNN business editor Samantha Murphy Kelly writes that her son's early vocabulary may be a sign of the times. He mastered "mom," "dad" and "cat." The fourth word he recognized? "Alexa."
The University of Missouri was deciding how to honor George Smith, who shared the 2018 Nobel in chemistry. Some schools designate parking spots but Smith bikes. He now has his own spot in a bike rack.
President Trump said "no" when asked if he'd bear any responsibility if the Democrats win the House in November. But on the campaign trail he's been telling voters the election is all about him.
Noel King talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut about his calls for the U.S. to hold the Saudi government accountable following claims it was involved in a journalist's disappearance.
Facebook gave journalists a tour of a new command center dedicated to fighting disinformation ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. Will it make a difference?
More than a week after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida panhandle, some residents still don't have cellphone service. Verizon has struggled with damage to its fiber optic cables.
Arizona has one of the most hard fought 2018 Senate races. Democrats need to flip the seat if they have any chance to win a majority. The GOP is energized following Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Noel King talks to Alexander Stubb, an ex-Finnish prime minister, who is in the running to be the next president of the European Commission, which would put him at the center of Brexit negotiations.
David Greene talks to Melissa McCarthy, who stars as celebrity biographer Lee Israel. When Israel fell out of step with her publisher and couldn't keep a job, she turned to forging celebrity letters.
Amid rising political tensions, veteran rocker Roger Waters is using his tour to urge Brazilians not to vote for the far-right presidential candidate — prompting confrontations between fans.
Researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey are on the ground in Florida looking for the high water marks of Hurricane Michael. FEMA uses these maps to determine who is eligible for what kind of aid.
Talks between Britain and the rest of the EU over Brexit appear to be at a stalemate over the issue of Northern Ireland's border. There are only six months to go before the U.K. leaves the EU.
Big Bird is retiring. More precisely — puppeteer Caroll Spinney — the voice behind and the man inside Big Bird is retiring after nearly 50 years on Sesame Street. He also voiced Oscar the Grouch.
The Washington Post publishes the last column of a missing Saudi journalist. Voting is underway in 20 states ahead of midterms. Brexit talks between Britain and the EU appear to be at a stalemate.
VA says 115 vets with other-than-honorable discharges received mental health care last year under a new program. Veterans advocates say it's a tiny fraction of such vets who need help.
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EU leaders are gathering in Brussels on what is supposed to be the deadline for a deal to ease the U.K. out of the bloc next March. Plans to unveil a draft declaration have been scrapped.
Steve Inskeep talks to Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, who says the U.S. needs to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the facts in the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
CNBC reports a company called Join My Wedding allows strangers to pay for a ticket to a wedding, and then get instructions on how to dress and what to do. Some proceeds go to the bride a groom.