U.S. senators said on Thursday they expect to vote next week on efforts to make clear to Saudi Arabia there is strong concern in Washington about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a Saudi consulate in Turkey, despite President Donald Trump's calls for continued close ties to Riyadh. (Reuters Politics) More
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"He'd be the first president in American history to sign a war powers resolution. It would help fulfill part of his vision of ending endless wars."
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