Trump, Pompeo Deny Report Pompeo Listened to Audio of Khashoggi’s Death

President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are forcefully denying an ABC News report that cites an anonymous Turkish official claiming Pompeo has listened to an audio recording or viewed a transcript of the recording of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Cisneros’ Foundation Invested in Company With History of Environmental Fines

Gil Cisneros

Gil Cisneros, the Democratic candidate for Congress running to replace retiring Rep. Ed Royce (R., Calif.), has campaigned as a champion for the environment, but his foundation invested in a gold-mining company that was fined $9 million for dumping more than 1 million liters of cyanide in five Argentinian rivers in 2015.

Court Docs: Rouda’s Company Did Not Disclose $1.85 Million Award to Fired Cancer Victim 

Harley Rouda

A franchisee of Democratic congressional candidate Harley Rouda’s former real estate company accused the firm of failing to disclose that a jury in 2008 had sided with a 57-year-old cancer patient who sued the company for wrongful termination and awarded her $1.85 million.

CA Dem Says She Called Pelosi With Complaint About Cardenas, Never Heard Back 

Tony Cárdenas

A Democratic former California assemblywoman and community activist says she called Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) in May to ask for an immediate investigation into a drugging and molestation allegation dating back to 2007 against Rep. Tony Cardenas (D., Calif.) and never heard back from Pelosi’s office.