President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's political party has succeeded in its bid to nullify the results of the March 31 elections and hold new ones after the political opposition won by a slim margin.
The GOP politician from Tennessee slammed the White House's response to Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
Although allegations linking Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the killing are unconfirmed and denied by Saudi officials, many analysts suggest that evidence increasingly points to his involvement.
Yasin Aktay, the top adviser to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the Saudis wanted "to leave no trace behind."
Turkey gives its first official account of the journalist's disappearance.
"It's very simple," the president said. "Bad deal. It should have never been thought of."
The chancellor said there was an "urgent need for further clarification" of the circumstances surrounding Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
"You don't bring a bone saw to an accidental fistfight," Senator Ben Sasse said Sunday.
"The Democrats seriously believe they have a way of blaming Donald Trump for this," Limbaugh said.
The top diplomat had been dispatched by President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia in the wake of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder.
Supporters of the Saudi government quickly started calling the incident a conspiracy theory, claiming the journalist was killed or disappeared in order to frame Riyadh by international foes.
Turkish investigators believe that the journalist was not only killed in the Saudi consulate, but subsequently cut into pieces and flown out of the country in boxes.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a self-exiled Saudi journalist critical of his government, disappeared after entering Riyadh's embassy in Turkey.
"We believe that the murder was premeditated and the body was subsequently moved out of the consulate," a Turkish official said.
"It is not right to send people to hell," Elin Ersson told fellow passengers.
Tia Freeman's DIY childbirth story has wowed Twitter users.
"It was like a horror film. Nobody understood what was going on," Aslı Zeynep Ertürer said.
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
An outbreak of hostilities would drive a stake directly into the heart of NATO.
There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
Fifteen universities, 1,000 schools, 28 TV channels, 66 newspapers, 19 magazines, 36 radio stations, 26 publishing houses, and five news agencies have been shut.
The latest visa move targets a key NATO ally and undermines an already tense relationship.
Erdogan is holding Brunson hostage in hopes the US will turn over a Muslim cleric living in Pennsylvania.
Erdogan was speaking near Times Square when pro-Kurdish protesters got into a scuffle with men in suits.
The messages were printed in a hotel in the Taksim district of Turkey's largest city.