Weeks after taking over Alabama newspaper that called for Klan to ‘ride again,’ black editor steps down

(CNN)An African-American woman who was named publisher and editor of the Alabama newspaper that recently urged the Ku Klux Klan to “night ride again” has stepped down, citing what she said was continuous and damaging interference by the paper’s owner. Sutton’s editorial sparked outrage around the country. “Time for the Ku Klux Klan to night ride again,” Sutton wrote. “Democrats in the Republican Party and Democrats are plotting to raise taxes in Alabama.” Sutton then fueled the controversy further, telling the Montgomery Advertiser that he urged the white supremacist group to “clean out D.C.” via lynchings. “We’ll get the hemp ropes out, loop them over a tall limb and hang all of them,” Sutton told the newspaper. He stressed that …

‘House of fools’: what the papers said about May’s Brexit defeat

The word humiliation features strongly on todays front pages as PMs woes show no signs of easing Theresa May looks downcast on the front pages of most of the papers today, which all focus on the The Guardian (@guardian) The Guardian front page, Wednesday 13 March 2019: Another huge defeat for May. And just 16 days until Brexit March 12, 2019 The Daily Mirror focuses on the uncertainty ahead for the country, which it says has been plunged into: Brexit delay mayhem. May surrenders after another massive defeat leaving nation facing months of chaos, the paper reports. #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/qcjZYOigx6 #bbcpapers @AllieHBNews) March 12, 2019 The Daily Mail knows exactly who it blames for the situation, calling parliament: The house of …