Midweek Roundup: President Trump Sued for Alleged Corruption, Western Union Exits Independent Supervision in Arizona, and More

Nearly 200 Democratic lawmakers sued U.S. President Donald Trump in federal court for allegedly maintaining ties to his private hospitality business in violation of anti-corruption provisions that bar elected officials from receiving gifts or payments from foreign governments, USA Today reported. More State prosecutors from Maryland and the District of Columbia will also ask for the release of Trump's tax returns as part of a separate lawsuit alleging that, by retaining control of his private hotel business, Trump continued to receive payments from foreign governments, the Washington Post said. More Western Union said in a joint statement with Arizona state...