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Republicans Hold Cash Edge Heading Into Final Stretch of the Midterms
Democrats have raised more money. But Republicans had more left in the bank, and they are using it on ads that try to nationalize the race. more

Migrant Caravan Continues North, Defying Mexico and U.S.
Thousands of undocumented migrants defied orders by the Mexican authorities to register. They are part of a larger group that traveled from Honduras. more

Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis to Face Off in Florida Governor Debate. Here’s What to Watch.
The debate, which will air on CNN, is the first in Florida’s nationally watched race for governor. more

A Push for Safer Fertilizer in Europe Carries a Whiff of Russian Intrigue
A proposed environmental regulation has become an unlikely source of geopolitical tension, raising concerns about Russian influence over Europe’s food supply. more

Turkey’s President Vows to Detail Khashoggi Death ‘in Full Nakedness’
Recep Tayyip Erdogan cast doubt on the Saudi claim that Jamal Khashoggi was killed in a fight at a Saudi in Istanbul. He promised a full disclosure. more

Democrats Need Latinos at the Polls. But Will They Turn Out?
Democratic Party strategists hope Latino voters angered by the administration’s rhetoric and policies will help deliver resounding victories. more

Miscarrying at Work: The Physical Toll of Pregnancy Discrimination
Women in strenuous jobs lost their pregnancies after employers denied their requests for light duty, even ignoring doctors’ notes, an investigation by The New York Times has found. more

Changing Course, Trump Accuses Saudis of ‘Deception’ in Killing of Khashoggi
Saudi Arabia’s account of the death of Jamal Khashoggi has been “all over the place,” President Trump told The Washington Post. His response has likewise changed day by day. more

Trump Administration Eyes Defining Transgender Out of Existence
The Trump administration is considering a legal definition of gender as immutable and fixed at birth, the most drastic in a series of moves against transgender people. more

Saudis’ Image Makers: A Troll Army and a Twitter Insider
The kingdom silences dissent online by sending operatives to swarm critics. It also recruited a Twitter employee suspected of spying on users, interviews show. more

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