Saudi Arabia Confirms Khashoggi Death, Claims He Died in ‘Fight’
Saudi Arabia on Friday night confirmed for the first time that Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi died after entering the the kingdom’s consulate in Turkey nearly two weeks ago.
Manafort Appears in Court in Wheelchair, Sentencing Date Set
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was brought into a Virginia courtroom in a wheelchair Friday afternoon for a hearing to set his sentencing date, even as lawyers argued his confinement …
Mothers of Big Families Challenge Macron’s Fertility Stance
French President Emmanuel Macron is facing criticism from mothers with big families both at home and abroad for comments he made about women and fertility in Africa.
Reports Find Bank Tax Fraud Cost Europe $63 Billion
It’s being called the biggest fraud investigation of Europe’s postwar period: a heist by banks and investors that allegedly plundered $63 billion from state treasuries across Europe.
Duracell Sued for $20 Million on Canceled Licensing Deal
Battery giant Duracell can’t back out of a huge licensing agreement just because it’s now owned by Berkshire Hathaway, a New York retailer says in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
Kentucky AG Defends Campaign Finance Reform in Sixth Circuit
The constitutionality of several Kentucky campaign finance laws was debated Thursday morning before a Sixth Circuit panel, with the state’s attorney general arguing they are necessary to maintain c…