Twitter is canceling a network of bots promoting pro-Saudi propaganda about missing dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi [[ ka-SHO-gi ]]. Hundreds of accounts apparently tweeted and retweeted the same messages pushing talking points about Khashoggi's disappearance. The Washington Post columnist hasn't been seen since he went into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul more than two weeks ago.    Federal authorities are investigating Pennsylvania's priest sex abuse scandal. A grand jury report released earlier this year accused 300 priests of sexually abusing children. It also outlined a cover-up by Catholic Church leaders. The Washington Post reports the U.S. Attorney's Office in Philadelphia has already started issuing subpoenas.    President Trump is praising Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte [[ gee-ann-FOR-tay ]] for body slamming a reporter. "Any guy who can do a body slam ... he's my guy," Trump said at a rally in Missoula [[ mih-ZOO-la ]] Montana yesterday. Gianforte pled guilty to assault after he body slammed a reporter for The Guardian before a special election last year.    JPMorgan Chase is warning investors a recession is likely coming, despite what has been a strong economy. It claims a model says there is a 28-percent chance the U.S. economy will go into recession this year.    The Boston Red Sox are on their way to the World Series. The Sox eliminated the defending champion Astros, 4-1 win in Game Five of the American League Championship Series in Houston. Boston won the series 4-1 and will face either the Dodgers or Brewers in the World Series.    Tesla is coming out with a new, less expensive Model 3. The midrange Model 3 the electric carmaker announced yesterday will go 260 miles on a charge. Tesla says the new 45-thousand dollar car will be ready for delivery in six to ten weeks for buyers who order today.