Saudi Arabia has refused repeated requests to extradite the men accused of killing the former 'Washington Post' columnist.
Saudi Arabia calls a report that the Kingdom hacked Bezos "absurd," but the U.N. called the allegations credible and "gravely" concerning.
Activists called the ruling, which has all but exonerated Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his top advisers, "the antithesis of Justice."
Longtime Trump friend Thomas Barrack sent the prepared remarks to a contact who shared them with the Emiratis and the Saudis.
A report by a U.N. investigator called for further investigation of Mohammad bin Salman, and for sanctions on his personal assets.
A bipartisan group of senators are planning "the biggest vote we've had" to confront the White House.
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Mujtaba al-Sweikat was one of 37 people the kingdom executed on what human rights groups say were trumped-up charges.
Congressional rage over the war in Yemen and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi isn't going away.
The latest revelations come six months after the journalist was killed.
Khashoggi’s body was reportedly burned in a tandoori oven. And still the White House refuses to investigate.
The meeting was “a complete waste of time.”