President Trump said he presumes journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead and that the U.S. response to Saudi Arabia will likely be "very severe," but that he still wanted to get to the bottom of what happened.
Business & Financial News, U.S & International Breaking News
Thousands in U.S. South may not be able to cast ballots in early voting
Thousands of voters in Tennessee were at risk of being blocked from casting regular ballots when early voting opened this week, as officials struggled to process a surge of new registrations ahead of Nov. 6 elections to determine control of the U.S. Congress.
Justice Department probes Catholic Church sex abuse in Pennsylvania
The U.S. Justice Department has opened an investigation into child sex abuse by priests in Pennsylvania, six Roman Catholic Church dioceses said on Thursday.
Judge orders U.S. to review asylum for separated migrant families
A federal judge ordered the U.S. government on Thursday to begin processing asylum claims for dozens of migrant parents and children that had been separated at the southern border under the Trump Administration's zero tolerance immigration policy.
Despite 'big gaps', Britain and EU talk up Brexit prospects
British Prime Minister Theresa May and other EU leaders voiced renewed confidence on Thursday they could secure a Brexit deal, saying they were working hard to overcome the hurdles that only days ago brought the talks to a halt.
Senator Warren urges Fed to require removal of Wells Fargo CEO
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Thursday the Federal Reserve should not allow Wells Fargo & Co to grow in size until the bank replaces Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan.
Former USA Gymnastics boss arrested for Nassar evidence-tampering
Steve Penny, the former USA Gymnastics president, was arrested on Wednesday night in Tennessee on charges he tampered with evidence in the case of Larry Nassar, the disgraced team doctor convicted of sexually assaulting athletes, the U.S. Marshals Service said.
Exp: Oct 18
Exp: Oct 18
Exp: Oct 18
Comcast Corp said on Thursday that its fastest-speed gigabit internet service now reaches more homes than any other provider in the United States after it completed rollout to nearly all 58 million homes and businesses it serves.
Have a news tip?
Reuters provides several ways to securely and confidentially share information and materials with our journalists.LEARN MORE ››