Doctors Without Borders Teaches US About Borders

“Seeking safety is not a crime.” Aid workers and staff members of Doctors Without Borders repeat these words during “Forced From Home,” an interactive tour educating Americans about the pressures that have made more than 68.5 million people asylum-seekers, migrants or refugees worldwide.

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Nightly Brief

Top CNS stories for today including a federal appellate judge noted Tuesday that the president’s enterprises certainly have a leg up on the competition during a hearing on whether to revive a case calling Trump-branded businesses a threat to the Constitution; a gun group appeared unlikely Monday to breathe life back into a defamation suit against journalist Katie Couric; Controversial former judge Roy Moore says in an interview with Courthouse News that an Alabama ballot initiative allowing the display of the Ten Commandments on state property has the support of the people because it recognizes moral values, and more.

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Experts Say Negotiation in Khashoggi Case Trumps Investigation

After weeks of leaked details and Saudi denials, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan promised to reveal on Tuesday the “naked truth” behind the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. As to how much detail comes to light, however, experts from three countries told Courthouse News that the key lies in behind-the-scenes geopolitical bargaining.

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Can the Center Hold? Bavarian Elections Leave EU Politics Even More Uncertain

Bavarian voters did what they were expected to do Sunday: They dealt German’s ruling “grand coalition” of conservatives and Social Democrats a resounding defeat at the polls. It’s a defeat that casts doubt on the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Europe’s political lodestar.

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Trump Takes on the World in Bizarre, Rambling Press Conference

In his first solo press conference since February 2017, President Donald Trump addressed allegations of sexual and physical assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by recalling his own experiences with similar allegations, blaming Democrats for what he called a “big fat con job” and warning men that we live in a “very dangerous period in our country.”

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