Opinion: Why Trump can swallow the far-fetched Saudi cover story

Saudi Arabia finally admitted to the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The government announced that Khashoggi died during a fistfight with Saudi officials at their consulate in Istanbul. Many are skeptical about the official explanation that the death resulted from a clash that followed when Khashoggi went to obtain marriage papers.


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Craig Counsell's Unconventional Managing, Life Story Have Brewers in Game 7

  1. Craig Counsell’s Unconventional Managing, Life Story Have Brewers in Game 7  Yahoo Sports
  2. Notes: Craig Counsell’s pre-game words prove prophetic in Game 6  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  3. Giants like video of Julian Edelman saying he hates the Dodgers  NBCSports.com
  4. Ryan Braun deserves trip to World Series, for himself and for Milwaukee Brewers’ fans  USA TODAY
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Red Dead Redemption Story Recap: What You Need To Know Before Playing RDR2

  1. Red Dead Redemption Story Recap: What You Need To Know Before Playing RDR2  GameSpot
  2. In Wake of Overtime Debate, Rockstar Tells Employees OT Not Mandatory  Variety
  3. (Update) Red Dead Redemption 2 drops final launch trailer, steelbook images surface  Destructoid
  4. Rockstar QA Studio Told That Overtime Is Now Optional After Workers Said It Felt Mandatory  Kotaku
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Apple Calls on Bloomberg to Retract Story That Claimed China Snuck Spy Chips on Apple Servers

  1. Apple Calls on Bloomberg to Retract Story That Claimed China Snuck Spy Chips on Apple Servers  Fortune
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for Bloomberg to retract Chinese spy chip report  The Verge
  3. Apple CEO urges Bloomberg to retract spy chip story  Reuters
  4. What Businessweek got wrong about Apple  Apple Newsroom
  5. Has China Been Conducting a Mass Spying Campaign on the US?  Newsweek
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls on Bloomberg to Retract Supply Chain Hack Story: 'There's No Truth to This'

  1. Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls on Bloomberg to Retract Supply Chain Hack Story: ‘There’s No Truth to This’  Mac Rumors
  2. Tim Cook calls on Bloomberg to retract story of alleged Supermicro hack  BGR
  3. Tim Cook says Businessweek should retract China security story: ‘We turned the company upside down’  9to5Mac
  4. What Businessweek got wrong about Apple  Apple Newsroom
  5. Has China Been Conducting a Mass Spying Campaign on the US?  Newsweek
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New Battlefield 5 Story Trailer Rises To The Occasion

  1. New Battlefield 5 Story Trailer Rises To The Occasion  GameSpot
  2. Battlefield 5’s single-player story left me feeling disappointed  Polygon
  3. Battlefield 5’s German campaign mission is ‘not a hero story’  PC Gamer
  4. The Battlefield 5 campaign lets you play from the German perspective but “it’s not a hero story”, insists DICE  Eurogamer.net
  5. Battlefield V War Stories hands-on — Lots of action, emotion, and sacrifice  VentureBeat
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Apple, Amazon server spy story is wake-up call to security pros

  1. Apple, Amazon server spy story is wake-up call to security pros  Computerworld
  2. Chinese spies reportedly inserted microchips into servers used by Apple, Amazon, and others  The Verge
  3. Apple fights iCloud hack reports, could be collateral damage of a massive cybersecurity push  Phone Arena
  4. What Businessweek got wrong about Apple  Apple Newsroom (press release)
  5. The Finance 202: Bloomberg report on supply chain hack exacerbates US-China tensions  Washington Post
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Correction: Abortion-Louisiana story

Correction: Abortion-Louisiana storyNEW ORLEANS (AP) — In a story Sept. 26 about an appeals court ruling on a Louisiana abortion clinic regulation, The Associated Press misidentified the president who appointed Judge Edith Brown Clement to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Clement was appointed to the appellate court by President George W. Bush, not George H.W. Bush.


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