Jamal Khashoggi

Apple

Apple Will Give You $1 Million to Hack an iPhone

It's the biggest prize Apple has ever offered, and a sign of how much the iPhone's software vulnerabilities are worth on the black market.
David Gilbert
8.9.19
Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Edited a Trump "America First" Campaign Speech. Manafort Helped Them Do It.

Longtime Trump friend Thomas Barrack sent the prepared remarks to a contact who shared them with the Emiratis and the Saudis.
Alex Lubben
7.30.19
Saudi Arabia

U.N.: “Credible Evidence” Saudi Crown Prince Was Involved in Khashoggi Execution

A report by a U.N. investigator called for further investigation of Mohammad bin Salman, and for sanctions on his personal assets.
David Gilbert
6.19.19
War powers act

How Congress Plans to Stop Trump Selling Arms to Saudi Arabia

A bipartisan group of senators are planning "the biggest vote we've had" to confront the White House.
Matt Laslo
6.6.19
whatsapp

Hackers Could Get Into Your Phone Just by Calling WhatsApp

You really need to update your WhatsApp, now.
David Gilbert
5.14.19
Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia beheaded a pro-democracy protester set to attend college in U.S.

Mujtaba al-Sweikat was one of 37 people the kingdom executed on what human rights groups say were trumped-up charges.
Emma Ockerman
4.24.19
War powers act

Trump's Yemen veto won't stop Congress from trying to punish Saudi Arabia

Congressional rage over the war in Yemen and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi isn't going away.
Matt Laslo
4.17.19
Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia is paying Jamal Khashoggi’s children millions to stay silent about his gruesome murder

The latest revelations come six months after the journalist was killed.
David Gilbert
4.2.19
Jamal Khashoggi

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.”
David Gilbert
3.5.19
Saudi Arabia

Trump’s inauguration committee head says it's a “mistake” to criticize Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi murder

“Whatever happened in Saudi Arabia, the atrocities in America are equal, or worse," said real estate investor Tom Barrack at an Abu Dhabi conference
Emma Ockerman
2.13.19
Khashoggi murder

Saudi prince threatened to use “a bullet” on Khashoggi a year before he was murdered, report says

A U.N. investigator added that the Saudi government ordered the killing, then blocked the Turkish investigation into the death.
Tim Hume
2.8.19
Saudi Arabia

Netflix caved to the Saudis and pulled Hasan Minhaj episode that criticized the government

The episode allegedly violated the kingdom’s local anti-cybercrime law
Emma Ockerman
1.2.19
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