These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Saudi Arabia Under Pressure:** A joint Turkish-Saudi team will reportedly search the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey on Monday, almost two weeks after Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly abducted and killed inside the building. The royal family has strongly denied reports that Khashoggi, a vocal critic of the Saudi government, was murdered by its agents. President Trump said in a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday that Saudi Arabia would face strong consequences if the kingdom was involved in the journalist’s disappearance. Meanwhile, several international business leaders have pulled out of an upcoming Saudi investment forum as part of a growing geopolitical movement to boycott the royal family. Trump will send Secretary of State Mike Pompeo “immediately” to meet with Saudi King Salman. Read more [here]( * **Search Efforts After Michael:** Hurricane Michael’s death toll reached 18 this weekend, as search efforts continue for victims who have been reported missing. Food and water are desperately needed and will be airdropped to the most affected areas. Florida Gov. Rick Scott said on Saturday that more than 1,800 law enforcement officers, 400 ambulances, and 4,000 Florida National Guard soldiers and airmen have been sent to impacted areas in the Panhandle and Big Bend. Authorities said it could be weeks or months before storm-ravaged Florida returns to normal. President Trump will be visiting Georgia and Florida Monday to survey the storm’s damage. Read more [here]( * **Sears Declares Bankruptcy:** After 125 years in business, the Sears Holdings company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday. That will allow the storied retailer to reorganize and potentially re-emerge with parts of the company, including Kmart, intact. By the end of the year, 142 stores will close. Read more [here]( * **New Saints:** Pope Francis made seven individuals saints on Sunday in St. Peter’s Square, including two controversial 20th century Roman Catholic figures. The tens of thousands of spectators focused on the canonization of two people, Pope Paul VI and slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero. Pope Paul VI was known for placing a ban on artificial birth control and Romero gained notoriety after being murdered on the altar in 1980. Read more [here]( * **Face ID vs. Cops:** Police are being warned not to look directly at seized iPhones that have facial recognition technology because they may get locked out of the devices. If that happens, law enforcement would then have to enter a passcode that would be virtually impossible to obtain under the Fifth Amendment. Read more [here]( * **Playoff Baseball:** The Boston Red Sox defeated the Houston Astros 7-5 on Sunday night, tying the American League Championship Series 1-1. The Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers are also tied 1-1 in the National League Championship Series and will play Game 3 on Monday night. Read more [here]( * **Ariana and Pete Split:** Ariana Grande and SNL’s Pete Davidson have reportedly called off their engagement and parted ways. The pop star and comedian announced they were engaged in June, just weeks into their whirlwind relationship. Read more [here]( * **Royal Baby...** Kensington Palace revealed on Monday that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first baby, due in the spring. The announcement comes as the couple, who married five months ago, embarks on a 16-day royal tour of Australia. Read more [here]( * **And a Royal Wedding:** Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, married Jack Brooksbank in front of 850 guests at Windsor Castle last Friday. The Queen’s granddaughter wore a backless wedding gown, revealing her scar from scoliosis surgery. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were in the wedding party. See photos [here]( * **An Astronaut Auction:** The family of Neil Armstrong is auctioning off 3,000 of the famed astronaut’s personal items, including a flight suit and the pin he wore on his first trip into space. See the items [here]( Cheddar's Hena Doba gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here](

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