These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Turkish Investigation:** President Erdogan of Turkey addressed parliament on Tuesday and claimed that his country has obtained strong evidence that Jamal Khashoggi was killed in a premeditated and “savage” murder. He demanded that the suspects be tried in Istanbul and called for the Saudi kingdom, which has claimed that the death was an accident, to indicate where Khashoggi’s body is. The director of the CIA has been dispatched to Turkey to mitigate the conflict. Read more [here]( * **Soros Scare:** An explosive device was found by an employee in the mailbox of billionaire philanthropist George Soros's Bedford, NY, home on Monday. The device was “proactively detonated” by bomb squad technicians, and police officials said they have turned the case over to the FBI. Soros, who was not home at the time, is a full-time philanthropist and political activist who donates frequently to liberal causes. Read more [here]( * **'Beautiful Ted':** President Trump spoke at a rally in Houston, Tex., on Monday to support Sen. Ted Cruz's reelection campaign against Democratic candidate Rep. Beto O’Rourke. Trump and Cruz have a complicated political history. During the 2016 Republican primary, Trump referred to Cruz as “Lyin’ Ted” and mocked his wife’s appearance, while Cruz called Trump a “pathological liar.” Trump took a very different stance at the rally on Monday, calling Cruz “Beautiful Ted” and singing his praises. Read more [here]( * **Migrant Caravan:** Thousands of Central American migrants continued to move their way through Mexico on Tuesday to seek asylum in the U.S. President Trump has threatened to cut off foreign aid to several Central American countries for failing to stop the growing caravan that has swelled to over 7,000 people. Trump, who has seized on the issue ahead of midterms, told USA Today that he would send as many troops as necessary to the U.S.-Mexican border to block the caravan, which he called “an assault on our country.” Read more [here]( * **Chipped:** The latest trend across Sweden: inserting microchips under the skin. The chips, which are the size of a grain of rice, allow access to buildings, can replace a paper train ticket, and even store digital information. Thousands of Swedes have had microchips inserted into their hand so far. Read more [here]( * **Credit Score Update:** FICO, the widely-used credit score platform, plans to roll out a new scoring system early next year called “UltraFICO.” The new score will factor in how consumers manage the cash in their checking, savings, and money-market accounts. The UltraFICO has been designed with the hope that banks approve more loans. This is among the biggest shifts for credit-score reporting since the 1990s. Read more [here]( * **Sports:** The Atlanta Falcons took their third win of the season with a 23-20 win over the New York Giants in Monday Night Football. Read more [here]( * **Mooch Moves:** Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci, former White House Communications Director, has a new book, “Trump, The Blue-Collar President.” Scaramucci, famous for his short and tumultuous tenure at the White House, promoted his book with a dance video in which he parodies his time working for the president. Watch the video [here]( * **Amy Schumer News:** Amy Schumer announced via a friend’s Instagram page on Monday that she is expecting her first child with husband Chris Fischer. The comedian hinted at the pregnancy with a photo of her face superimposed on Meghan Markle’s body. See the pic [here]( * **Teen Trends:** For the first time, Instagram surpassed Snapchat to become the most popular social network among teens. Piper Jaffray's biannual survey on teenage consumer trends also found Chick-fil-A was Gen Z’s favorite restaurant, and Vans became the fastest-growing brand in the survey’s history. See more stats [here]( Cheddar's Hena Doba gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here](

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