Bryan Cranston, who played President Lyndon B. Johnson on Broadway and HBO, appeared on a civil rights panel Tuesday with 1960s-era activists and signed on to an anti-Donald Trump campaign with more than 100 other celebrities at the Democratic National Convention.
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams said on Tuesday that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has assured him she would renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement if she is elected president. Williams' comments come as Clinton is under pressure on international trade deals from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and supporters of her former Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. Clinton has previously said she wanted to rework NAFTA.
Ninteen more Russian rowers were banned from the Olympics on Tuesday, taking the toll of the nation's athletes suspended from Rio to 108 after explosive revelations of state-run doping across Russian sport. As the list of suspended Russians grew, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) continued to face fierce criticism for failing to ban Russia outright. Germany's Olympic discus champion Robert Harting launched a savage verbal attack on IOC president Thomas Bach, calling his compatriot "part of the doping system not the anti-doping system".