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A Saudi official has told ABC News that Jamal Khashoggi was killed when he was "placed in a chokehold position" to prevent him from leaving the country's consulate in Turkey and calling for help. The evolving explanation comes 19 days after Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who had been critical of his country's current government, disappeared on Oct. 2 after going into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Once Khashoggi was reported missing, the Saudi government initially said Khashoggi had come out of the consulate the same day, and denied any involvement in his disappearance.Celebrity People
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The father made sure all of his son's friends on the bus could see him in the sleeveless, knee-length number.Celebrity People
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Rep. Maxine Waters discusses the midterm elections, Donald Trump, Russia, and what the Democrats will do if they take back the House, telling Joy Reid, “I'm hopeful… I think we're about to do that.”Business MarketWatch
Not too concerned about saving for retirement right now? A retirement nest egg, by contrast, is firmly in the “must have” category. When it comes to retirement, 60s are the new 50s Instead of retiring, more people are working through their 60s to maximize their earnings.World Reuters
Many members of the caravan, exhausted from the hours-long trek on foot from the Guatemalan border, mostly ignored police offers to board buses heading to a migrant shelter because of suspicions they might be deported instead. The migrants have defied threats by Trump that he will close the U.S.-Mexico border if the caravan advances, as well as warnings from the Mexican government that they risk deportation if they cannot justify seeking asylum in Mexico. Police in riot gear shadowed the caravan's arrival along a southern highway, but did not impede their journey.
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On an ordinary day, you possess an uncanny knack of getting in the last word more often than not. But your crafty communication skills are put to the test when youre handed final say on a project at h...