White House communication director resigns; Bryce Harper and Giants’ Hunter Strickland exchange blows at Memorial Day game

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, May 30.

Mike Dubke resigned as White House communications director.
(The Washington Post)

The National’s Bryce Harper and the Giants’ Hunter Strickland threw punches after Hunter drilled a 98-mph fastball at Harper during a Memorial Day game in San Francisco. The Nats went on to win 3-0.
(The Washington Post)

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles received an extension to comply with a stricter driver’s license law that requires applicants to provide proof of identity and legal U.S. residency.
(The Washington Post)

A Fairfax County man goes to trial today in Alexandria for providing material support to the Islamic State.

Roughly 60 protesters demonstrated in opposition to the president at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling ahead of the Senior PGA Championship.
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)