Lighten up the mood this Thanksgiving.
The president traditionally pardons the turkey in the Rose Garden.
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.
The Russian military said the lack of U.S. cooperation is "regrettable since terrorists threaten all members of the international community."
"We will not obey such sanctions," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, adding that his government saw Washington's move as "violating the global balance."
Yasin Aktay, the top adviser to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the Saudis wanted "to leave no trace behind."
Russia warned of a "rapidly deteriorating" situation in eastern Syria where U.S.-backed Kurds are struggling to defeat ISIS.
Turkey gives its first official account of the journalist's disappearance.
Russia's alliance with Turkey is being tested by the ongoing presence of militant groups in Idlib and attacks on Syrian Kurds in the north.
Erdogan said Turkey had more information than it had shared so far about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Erdogan knows that knows that in the Khashoggi affair, time is very much on his side.
"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 latest account, provided by a Saudi official who requested anonymity, includes details on how the team of 15 Saudi nationals sent to confront Khashoggi.
The report suggested Albostani "could have been silenced."
Iran has not officially weighed in on the case of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but it has criticized U.S. support for Saudi Arabia.
Riyadh's state-run Al Ekhbariya outlet reported that 18 Saudi citizens have been arrested in connection with the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
While U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin canceled one trip to Saudi Arabia, he's reportedly still scheduled to attend another event in Riyadh.
King Salman entrusted his son with running Saudi Arabia, but that may change with mounting evidence that the crown prince was involved in the death of a journalist.
"The Democrats seriously believe they have a way of blaming Donald Trump for this," Limbaugh said.