'Open season on journalists': U.S. lawmakers want information on Saudi Khashoggi's death
Senior Republican and Democratic lawmakers renewed efforts this week to push President Donald Trump's administration to make public information about the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which U.S. intelligence officials blame on Saudi Arabia's most senior leadership.
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