Midweek Roundup: Trump Campaign Manager Faces Charges, UK Plans to Terminate Serious Fraud Office Scrapped, and More

After raiding his Virginia home in July, the U.S. special prosecutor's office warned President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, that he would face federal charges as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations that he evaded taxes and laundered funds he received for work done for former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, sources told The New York Times. More The FBI's warrant to search Manafort's home covered a period of more than a decade and compensation he received through several shell companies, an individual briefed on the investigation told CNN. More Federal prosecutor Kyle Freeny joined the special prosecutor's...