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Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen visiting Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudis Deny Reported CIA Conclusion That Crown Prince Ordered Khashoggi Assassination

The CIA found "nothing of this scale, an operation like this, could possibly have happened without the crown prince knowing about it and authorizing it," The Washington Post's Shane Harris told NPR.

President Trump said Saturday that he is not considering extraditing a dissident whom Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses of involvement in a failed coup. Tatyana Zenkovich/AP hide caption

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Trump Says Extraditing Turkish Cleric Fethullah Gulen Is 'Not Under Consideration'

News outlets had reported that the White House was looking to placate Turkey to ease pressure on the Saudis, after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

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Inside The Business Of School Security To Stop Active Shooters

Schools in the U.S. have spent billions of dollars on systems to stop shooters. Washington Post reporter John Woodrow Cox says it's not clear how effective these measures can be.

Inside The Business Of School Security To Stop Active Shooters

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Sign Here: Why Elections Officials Struggle To Match Voters' Signatures

Officials are still counting ballots from the midterm elections in several states — in part because of the signature verification process. But signatures change over time, especially young people's.

Sign Here: Why Elections Officials Struggle To Match Voters' Signatures

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California Offers Safe Space For Firefighters To Work Through Stress And Trauma

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With wildfires now a year-round problem in California, officials are adding emotional support to the services they provide to firefighters in the field.

California Offers Safe Space For Firefighters To Work Through Stress And Trauma

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President Trump makes remarks prior to signing a bill in the Oval Office of the White House on Friday. The president also took questions from reporters. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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The Russia Investigations: Trump Says His Answers For Mueller Are Done. Now What?

The president told reporters that he wrote the answers to questions from the special counsel and that he did so "very easily." He also said he suspected some were designed to be a "perjury trap."

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The Green Book: Celebrating 'The Bible of Black Travel'

A family vacation was like planning a military campaign. In the Jim Crow era, this guide book was essential for traveling safely.

The Green Book: Celebrating 'The Bible of Black Travel'

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Migrant Kids Survive Hardship To Reunite With Parents. Then What?

Most children moving to the U.S. from Central America come without adults, hoping to join parents or family already living in the U.S. To succeed, psychologists say, these families need support.

Migrant Kids Survive Hardship To Reunite With Parents. Then What?

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Protesters gather in Long Island City to say "No" to the Amazon "HQ2" decision on November 14, 2018 in Long Island City, New York. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Amazon Deal In New York Creates Some Unlikely Allies

NPR's Scott Simon reflects on Amazon's plan to open a headquarters in New York. It's prompted an unlikely coalition to unite in opposition, due to tax breaks and subsidies the company will recieve.

Opinion: Amazon Deal In New York Creates Some Unlikely Allies

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Relatives of crew members on board the ARA San Juan submarine wait outside the navy base in Mar del Plata. Argentina's navy announced early Saturday the missing submarine has been located in a deep ravine in the Atlantic Ocean. Federico Cosso/AP hide caption

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Missing Argentine Submarine Found In Deep Ocean Ravine

The submarine had 44 crew members when it lost contact with Argentina's military. Its disappearance has prompted protests by family members of those on board.

Francescangeli says boys sometimes work long hours and are often tasked with pushing carts to move rocks out of the mines. "Being a child in these places is really hard," he says. "If they have some time to spend in a free way, they like to be children. But their life doesn't permit them to be children so often." Simone Francescangeli hide caption

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PHOTOS: Dust And Danger For Adults — And Kids — In Bolivia's Mines

When photographer Simone Francescangeli took pictures of the miners, he was struck by the dangerous environment — and the number of children he saw working in the mines.

CNN attorney Ted Boutrous delivers remarks outside U.S. District Court following a hearing Wednesday on CNN's case against the White House for stripping a reporter of his press pass. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Judge Rules In Favor Of CNN, Temporarily Restores Correspondent's Credential

The federal judge said the White House cannot revoke reporters' access without due process, as apparently happened in Jim Acosta's case. President Trump said the administration was writing up rules.

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Feb. 19, about whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross can be deposed for the lawsuits over the citizenship question he added to the 2020 census. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court To Weigh In On Dispute Over Census Citizenship Question Evidence

The justices will hear arguments over whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross can be questioned under oath for the lawsuits over the controversial citizenship question he added to the 2020 census.

Michael Douglas (right) plays an aging actor and acting coach in The Kominsky Method. Alan Arkin is his longtime agent. Mike Yarish/Netflix hide caption

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Behind 'The Kominsky Method,' A Sitcom King (He Prefers 'Court Jester')

Chuck Lorre's new show for Netflix stars Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin as an aging star and his longtime agent. It's set in Hollywood, but it's really about the biggest show of all: growing old.

Behind 'The Kominsky Method,' A Sitcom King (He Prefers 'Court Jester')

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In Widows, Viola Davis turns to a life of crime after her husband dies in a botched bank robbery. Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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'Authenticity Is My Rebellion': Viola Davis On 'Widows,' Steve McQueen And Legacy

The only black actor to have won an Emmy, a Tony and an Oscar stars as a grieving wife turned professional criminal in a new heist thriller. "I approached her like a real woman," she says.

'Authenticity Is My Rebellion': Viola Davis On 'Widows,' Steve McQueen And Legacy

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