Despite negotiations with the Trump administration, security analysts say, North Korea has not halted its nuclear weapons and ICBM programs, with satellite images showing increased activity at key weapons facilities. The regime is now estimated to have between 20 and 60 nuclear bombs.
The Wall Street Journal
Sixteen-year-old Kyle Giersdorf of Pennsylvania took home $3 million in prize money for winning the first-ever Fortnite World Cup over 99 other top-ranked players of the popular shooter-survival video game. The tournament was held live in the packed Arthur Ashe tennis stadium in New York City, with more than 1 million people watching online.
The Internal Revenue Service turned over four years of President Richard Nixon’s tax returns to a congressional committee the same day they were requested in 1973, according to letters released by House Democrats. President Trump claims that demands for his tax returns are “unprecedented.”
The Washington Post
The FBI has arrested about 100 people on domestic terrorism charges so far this fiscal year. FBI Director Christopher Wray says most of the arrests were related to “white supremacist” activity.
Immigration agents arrested just 35 people in immigration raids in July, despite targeting more than 2,000 migrants. President Trump announced the raids ahead of time, giving immigrants and activists time to prepare.
The New York Times