Senior lawmakers said they had reached an agreement in principle on a deal to end a fight over border security and avoid a partial government shutdown. The accord would include $1.38 billion for 55 miles of barriers along the Mexico border.
The U.S. is pressing Riyadh for decisive action against a Saudi accused of a role in Khashoggi's killing who continues to serve as an informal royal adviser.
Democratic Rep. Omar of Minnesota apologized for using language that was criticized as anti-Semitic, as she drew fire from leaders from both parties.
The Pentagon's top official told the Afghan government that the U.S. wouldn't desert the country's security forces, Kabul said.
Rouhani and other Iranian leaders used mass celebrations marking the 1979 Islamic Revolution to lash out against the U.S.
The FDA accused 17 supplement makers of selling products with improper claims they can prevent, treat or cure serious diseases.
The administration is proposing steps aimed at improving patients' access to their own health data.
An effort to oust Virginia Lt. Gov. Fairfax over sexual-assault allegations stalled amid legal and political concerns.
Cohen postponed planned testimony before the Senate intelligence panel until later this month.