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U.S. sanctions 17 in Khashoggi case; Saudi officials charge 11

US sanctions seven in Khashoggi killing The U.S. Treasury sanctioned 17 Saudi individuals Thursday for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, just hours after prosecutors in Riyadh indicted nearly a dozen suspects.

Among those targeted by the U.S. sanctions is senior government official Saud Al-Qahtani.

U.S. officials said Gen. Mohammed Alotaibi, who oversaw the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, will also be sanctioned.

"The Saudi officials we are sanctioning were involved in the abhorrent killing of Jamal Khashoggi," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement. "These individuals who targeted and brutally killed a journalist who resided and worked in the United States must face consequences for their actions."

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Trump Backs Package Of Changes To Criminal Justice System As Lame-Duck Session Begins

Trump backs package of changes to criminal justice system

President Trump is throwing his support behind legislation that could shorten sentences for some drug offenders and help prisoners adjust to life after incarceration.

Details of the measure have not been officially released, but Trump said Wednesday the bill will provide incentives for prisoners to participate in training or rehabilitation programs with a goal of reducing recidivism.

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House Dems plan to bring back committee on climate change

House Dems to bring back committee on climate change

Democrats are reportedly planning to revive a House committee on climate change after winning back control of the House.

The Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming was dissolved by Republicans in 2011 after the GOP took control, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will ask Democrats to reconstitute it, the New York Times reported Wednesday.

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56,000 voters in Illinois House district preferred Holocaust denier to moderate Democrat

Arthur Jones , Nazi, geets 56,000 votesMore than 56,000 voters in a Chicago-area congressional district cast votes Tuesday for an avowed Nazi and Holocaust denier.

Self-proclaimed Nazi Arthur Jones, running as a Republican, managed more than a quarter of the vote against Democratic Rep. Dan Lipinski in the district that includes parts of Chicago’s South Side and several neighboring suburbs.

Lipinski, one of the most conservative Democrats in the House, coasted to re-election.

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'Younger, browner, cooler': Democrats win House, GOP keeps Senate

Capitol buildingDonald Trump faced restraints on his presidency after Democrats won control of the US House of Representatives and pledged to hold the Republicans accountable after a tumultuous two years in the White House.

Trump and his fellow Republicans expanded their control of the US Senate in Tuesday's midterm elections, following a divisive campaign marked by fierce clashes over race and immigration.

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NBC News: Democrats win control of the House of Representatives

NBC News: Democrats control the House of RepresentaativesNBC News projects that the Democratic Party will take control of the House of Representatives.

A party needs to control 218 seats in the House for a majority.

Some of the key House races that  allowed NBC News to call Democratic control of the House included MN-3, CO-6, FL-27, NY-11, VA-2, TX-32, MI-11.

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Steve King's white nationalism may finally cost him

Steve King's white nationalism may finally cost himIn the final days before midterms, in a sleepy farm district in ruby red Trump country, the re-election campaign of Iowa Rep. Steve King has become a surprise electoral bellwether for Democrats’ chances of retaking the House.

King, one of the most hard-line Republicans in Congress, was last elected for his eighth term in 2016 with 61 percent of the vote; in 2016, Donald Trump won his county by 27 points. Yet as of Monday, his lead against Democratic challenger J.D. Scholten has narrowed to just one point.

A combination of factors have complicated King’s once-dominant electoral position. For one, Trump’s extreme rhetoric on immigration has turned up the temperature in midterm races across the country, forcing Republicans to take increasingly controversial positions on issues like child detention, militarizing the U.S. border, and birthright citizenship.

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