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Saudi ties complicate U.S. response on Khashoggi PDF

Analysis: The disappearance and possible murder of a Washington Post journalist may not be enough to upend decades of economic and political ties.

Don McGahn departs as White House counsel, officials say PDF

In August, President Trump on Twitter said that McGahn would be leaving in the fall.

Ex-USA Gymnastics head Steve Penny arrested in abuse probe PDF

Penny, who resigned last year, was indicted last month on felony charges of tampering with evidence.

Mom of 3: I got addicted to opioids after my caregiver was paid to prescribe them PDF

Mackenzie Colby says she got hooked on opioids. The man treating her, who was allegedly taking kickbacks from drug firm Insys, kept upping her dose.

Jamal Khashoggi's 'last piece' published by Washington Post PDF

"The Post held off publishing it because we hoped Jamal would come back to us," Khashoggi's editor wrote. "Now I have to accept: That is not going to happen."

Red Sox top Astros to take 3-1 lead in ALCS PDF

Boston, now up three games to one in the ALCS, will try to close it out on Thursday night in Houston.

Honduran migrant caravan grows to 4,000 as U.S. border crossings spike PDF

The Mexican government has sent 500 extra federal police to its border with Guatemala in anticipation of its arrival, say documents obtained by NBC News.

Ruth Ben-Ghiat: Trump isn’t a mad-man. He’s been following the authoritarian playbook since day one PDF

It’s a common mistake to think of Trump as a madman but Trump’s strongman tactics are more predictable than they seem. Political commentator and New York University professor Ruth Ben-Ghiat explains why in the first episode of “Trump Is…,” THINK’s video op-ed series that tackles Trump and his presidency through a new lens each episode. 2018. All rights reserved.