In final months, Khashoggi repeatedly hit nerves as persistent critic of Saudi Arabia
Prior to his death, Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi had hit an assertive stride as a persistent critic of Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
New U.S. national security adviser says Russian meddling has created 'mistrust'
U.S. national security adviser John Bolton says Russian meddling in U.S. elections had backfired on Moscow, providing a lesson to the Kremlin: "Don't mess with American elections."
New 2nd, smaller caravan heads through Guatemala towards Mexican border
A second caravan of Central American migrants is making its way north today, travelling through Guatemala, on its way toward the Mexican border.
The National Today Italy refuses to budge on EU's budget demands: 'There isn't any B plan' video
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: EU and Italy's new populist government battle over budgets; in the U.S. there's a growing backlash against gerrymandering heading into midterms; Yukon's huge glaciers are shrinking and researchers are worried.
France's niqab ban violates human rights, UN panel says
The UN Human Rights Committee says that France's ban on the niqab was a violation of human rights and called on the government to review the legislation.