- Politics HuffPost
The president's tweet pointed out good economic numbers, but ended with "Impeach the Pres."
- Politics Esquire
There is a constitutional remedy for a criminal president. There is a constitutional remedy for a president who is crazy. There is no constitutional remedy for a president* who is both simultaneously.
Gabrielle Union Claps Back at Criticism Over Dwyane Wade's Photo
- WorldAssociated Press
A passenger who said she was left thirsty by an Emirates cabin crew and broke her ankle when she fainted on the flight lost her case in an Australian court on Tuesday for compensation. Lina Di Falco, 54, sued the United Arab Emirates-based airline in the Victoria state Supreme Court for damages over a broken ankle sustained on the flight from Melbourne to Dubai in 2015. Di Falco testified she felt nauseous after her first meal in the economy cabin and fainted because of dehydration while walking to a toilet.
- World Reuters
Britain's Oct. 31 departure from the European Union will be delayed, according to the vast majority of economists polled by Reuters who again said the two sides would eventually agree a free trade agreement as the chance of a no-deal exit had fallen. Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, said on Tuesday that reaching a deal on Britain's departure from the bloc before the scheduled date of Oct. 31 had become "more and more difficult". Barnier told EU ministers that he saw three possible scenarios ahead: a deal with Britain later on Tuesday, another delay to Britain's departure, or a "breakdown" of talks, according to diplomats.
- Lifestyle Car and Driver
Chevy won't specify what exactly made the C8 heavier than its predecessor, but we've spotlighted the most obvious sources.