U.K. Resumes Intel-Sharing With U.S.

The United Kingdom resumed its intelligence-sharing with the United States late Thursday, after the U.K. suspended cooperation amid leaks to the press surrounding the investigation into the Manchester terror attack. Earlier Thursday, President Donald Trump ordered the Justice Department to “get to the bottom” of the leaks, which the White House called “deeply troubling.” Mark Rowley, assistant commissioner for the National Police Chiefs’ Council in the U.K., said he received “fresh assurances,” adding: “We are now working closely with our key partners around the world including all those in the ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence alliance.”