Good morning, Portland! Get ready for one more sunny afternoon—the rains are expected to return tomorrow. Here's some news to start your day:
Turn Back Time: The Trump administration is hoping to roll back the definition of "gender" as defined as "male or female, unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with." This information, recently obtained by the New York Times, began circulating on an internal memo in the spring.
What's That? A newly-recovered surveillance tape from Turkey's Saudi Embassy shows one of the suspects in journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death leaving the building wearing Khashoggi's clothing later on the day of his disappearance.
Follow-Throguh: The Oregonian has put a number on how long it takes for crime victims to return a records request from the Portland Police: Six weeks. That's way too long.
Not Just Us: Rep. Knute Buehler (GOP candidate for governor) refused to respond to Street Roots' candidate questionnaire. For alleging to care about the homeless, you'd think he'd at least respond to the state's top publication on housing and homelessness.
Buehler's Bucks: Meanwhile, Buehler keeps raking in the massive donations. On Friday, the gubernatorial candidate recorded a $1 million donation Friday from the Republican Governors Association.
Shots Fired: Someone fired a gun "in self-defense" at a man who appeared to be living in a homeless camp along the Springwater Corridor. The shooter, who hasn't necessarily explained why he shot at the man appeared to miss his target. Police are investigating further.