· Tucker Carlson's top writer quits Fox News amid allegations he secretly posted racist comments about black and Asian people →
Carlson himself has been repeatedly accused of making racist remarks on-air, and was earlier this week hailed as a potential replacement for Mike Pence as Donald Trump’s 2020 running mate by former KKK leader David Duke.
· UK taking back control with or without Brexit deal: £750m border plan to transform Britain →
Donald Trump has made it clear that a US/ UK trade deal could be jeopardised if Huawei is not excluded from 5G and Britain could even face sanctions.
· It’s Roger Stone now. Manafort and Flynn are next. →
Trump’s safest course of action, I said, would be to wait until after Election Day — Nov. 3, 2020 — to do the dirty deed, but cautioned, “Trump’s impulsiveness, however, is a wild card.” And faced with his longtime henchman heading to the hoosegow next week, Trump couldn’t hold off — so Stone was given clemency in the form of commutation of his prison sentence.
· 'Historic corruption': Romney slams Trump for commuting sentence of ally Roger Stone →
Mitt Romney strongly condemned Donald Trump’s decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend and ally Roger Stone on Saturday.
· Disney World reopens as WHO urges virus caution →
The health agency's comments came as US President Donald Trump was forced to cancel an election rally in New Hampshire, citing an approaching storm.
· 'Unprecedented, historic corruption': Trump's defiant help for Stone adds to tumult →
Washington: President Donald Trump’s intervention into a criminal case connected to his own conduct drew fierce rebukes Saturday from Democrats and a few lonely Republicans, with calls for investigations and legislation.
· Supreme Court expands religious freedoms in schools, employment →
Between the lines: The Trump administration has made the appointment of conservative judges a priority, including Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
· Iran’s president warns lockdowns could lead to protests →
Iranian officials have been particularly eager to remove restrictions on its economy, already crippled by sanctions the U.S. imposed after the Trump administration’s 2018 withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement.
· Montgomery County students could start classes remotely, return to campus gradually in the fall →
President Trump recently stepped up his call to fully reopen the nation’s schools, threatening to cut federal funding to those that don’t.