The president publicly backed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the aftermath of the killing despite evidence of his involvement.
People also criticized Uber for allowing the head of Saudi Arabia's wealth fund to remain on its board.
Dara Khosrowshahi said the murder was a "mistake" and suggested that the Saudi government has taken the fallout "seriously."
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings explained the network's decision to pull an episode of 'Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj' in Saudi Arabia, saying Netflix is "not in the news business."
"The idea of a people, investors and banks buying into a company like Saudi Aramco just flies in the face of everything we need to do to stop climate breakdown," Rachel Kennerley of Friends of the Earth told Newsweek.
Study shows significant increase in earthquake activity around Permian Basin area being developed for oil and gas.
An Iranian government spokesperson blamed the "bullying policy" of the U.S. and the "lack of resistance" by the Europeans,
Speaking of potential ties with Saudi Arabia, one Iranian official said "there could be bilateral ties established in numerous fields in the region and the U.S. pressures should not stir a gap between neighbors."
Hatice Cengiz, finacee of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and Christophe Deloire, president of Reporters Without Borders, take the G20 to task over global impunity for violence against journalists.
WWE will host the first-ever women's wrestling match on Saudi Arabian soil on Thursday, suggesting social change. But the country has been accused of detaining and torturing women's rights activists.
The Saudi government is a part-owner of a company building a Trump-branded property that Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump holds a stake in, a watchdog alleged.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard demanded the U.S. government declassify any documents tying the Saudi government to the 9/11 terrorist hijackers and called for an end to all Saudi aid Tuesday in New York.
A year ago the ruling class—along with many business leaders—largely stayed away from "Davos in the Desert". Not so today.
"Istanbul, you've seen the picture of Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump going and opening up Trump Towers," Joe Scarborough said in regards to the president's controversial Syria withdrawal.
The "maximum pressure" strategy's only effect was to make life miserable for Iran's civilian population, to prevent diplomacy and encourage U.S. allies like Saudi Arabia to act with greater bellicosity.
On Friday, the seven-member boy band became the first outside artists to play a solo stadium gig in the country—arriving per the request of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.
President Donald Trump is sending more U.S. troops to protect Saudi Arabia after Iran allegedly attacked their oil fields. .
"I am absolutely appalled that the United States is going to betray those Democratic forces in northern Syria," Pat Robertson said on "The 700 Club."
Saudi Arabia has denied Iran's claims of receiving official messages from the kingdom, but once again, Iraq sought to play a role in mediating the Middle Eastern feud.
Ankara had the motive to maintain leverage over Saudi Arabia, but needed to row back on its criticism of the murder, says journalist.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has steadfastly denied ordering the dissident journalist's murder, despite significant evidence linking him directly with the kill team.
Intrepid travelers with a taste for luxury and conservatism may now visit the desert country, which is home to five UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani invited Saudi Arabia and other nations in the Persian Gulf to join a "Coalition for Hope" but Saudi State Foreign Affairs Minister Adel al-Jubeir skipped the speech.
The energy secretary said Iran "could pay a very dear price economically" but added that Trump is "not interested in going to war."
Iran's upcoming "Hormuz Peace Endeavor" would include an invitation for potential cooperation with Saudi Arabia as a gesture to work together in the world's most important maritime oil chokepoint.
"If the Americans think of any conspiracy, we will respond from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean," a top Iranian military official said.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova also suggested the U.S. strategy in the Middle East is collapsing.
The White House has been considering how to respond to the weekend's attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure, which both Washington and Riyadh are blaming on Iran.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters "it was Iran" that attacked Saudi Arabia over the weekend, breaking with the Pentagon, which said it was "not going to get ahead of the Saudi investigation."