Video suggests Riyadh may have hired a body double to exit the Saudi consulate in Istanbul around the time of the journalist's murder.
Amid the outcry over journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s death, many media and public figures fail to acknowledge crimes Saudi Arabia commits with U.S. assistance.
Saturday's elections suffer from violence and chaos, with attacks killing at least 36 people, and incidences of ballot stuffing and intimidation.
The kingdom's story that the journalist died during a fistfight at the consulate in Istanbul is met with worldwide skepticism and condemnation, except by President Trump.
Saudi prosecutors say writer Jamal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in a quarrel, and 18 Saudi nationals are being held on suspicion of being involved in the death.
The president's warning comes as the administration toughens its response to the disappearance of the Saudi journalist, which has sparked global outrage.
The journalist's alleged murder should be condemned loudly, but our political press' uncritical praise of his work is likely misplaced.
Americans are still dying for a hopeless cause, while the general population pretends as though the war simply isn't happening.
The embarrassing U.S.-Saudi relationship reflects a structural flaw embedded in the U.S. economy.