World Newspapers: Angry Senators spurn president on war in Yemen

The New York Times: Furious over being denied a C.I.A. briefing on the killing of a Saudi journalist, senators from both parties spurned the Trump administration on Wednesday with a stinging vote to consider ending American military support for the Saudi-backed war in Yemen.

World newspapers: Bombs targeting Democrats leave US on edge

The Washington Post: The discovery of five pipe bombs mailed to prominent Democrats, CNN and a liberal billionaire put the United States on edge.

World news papers: Saudi issue may disrupt efforts to squeeze Iran

The New York times: White House officials are worried that the apparent killing of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and Saudi Arabia’s changing account of his fate, could derail a showdown with Iran and jeopardize plans to enlist Saudi help to avoid disrupting the oil market.

World Newspapers: Haley to leave post as envoy to the UN

Washington Post: Nikki Haley has resigned as the US ambassador to the United Nations and will leave her post in January, in a move that stunned allied diplomats and other senior officials.