Saudi Arabia Says If Attack Launched From Iran, It Would Be an Act of War
(AP)
If an investigation shows that last week's attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities was launched from Iranian territory, the kingdom would consider it an act of war, but Riyadh is currently seeking a peaceful resolution, a senior Saudi official said. "We hold Iran responsible because the missiles and the drones that were fired at Saudi Arabia...were Iranian-built and Iranian-delivered," Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir told CNN late on Saturday. [Full Story]
Warren Overtakes Biden to Lead Latest Iowa Poll
Elizabeth Warren took the lead in Iowa in a new state poll released Saturday, barely dislodging former Vice President Joe Biden from the No. 1 spot in the state, putting the two of them in a statistical tie.Warren has the support of 22% of likely participants in the Iowa...... [Full Story]
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SC Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, 8 Hurt
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5th Death Linked to Storm That Slammed Houston
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AFL Founding Owner, Hotelier Hilton Dies at 91
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4 Chinese Tourists Die in Utah Bus Crash
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Joe Kennedy III Launches Senate Primary Campaign
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Former Vice President Joe Biden's decades-long record on lesbian, [Full Story]
Scalise: Shooting Hasn't Changed My Mind on Gun Rights
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Gowdy Rips 'Deeply Partisan' Adam Schiff
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Patriots Release Antonio Brown
The New England Patriots have released receiver Antonio Brown after a [Full Story]
WSJ: Walmart, Others Fund Campaign to Take Down Amazon
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N America's Bird Population Has Declined by 30M
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Poll: Florida Politicos Don't Expect New Gun Laws
Floridas political professionals agree that the National Rifle [Full Story]
Blackstone's Wien: S&P 500's 15% Yearly Gains to End
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Koch Network Plans New Effort Against Trump Tariffs
The political network funded in part by billionaire Charles Koch is [Full Story]
Walmart to Stop Selling E-Cigarettes
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Rick Scott: Iran Seeks 'New Order in the Middle East'
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Penney Said to Prep for Debt Talks Ahead of Holiday
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Color-Coding Foods Promotes Healthy Eating
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