From the Washington Examiner, California's sanctuary policy shows the disconnect between the people and Democrat elites.
From Science News, thar's gold in them thar.......colliding neutron stars?
From Assyrian International News Agency, a priest issues a prayer appeal for persecuted Christians in Iraq.
From The Daily Signal, the policeman who wrongly arrested a nurse is now an ex-policemen.
From EUReporter, the Austrian election, in which rightwing parties appear to have done well, is a wake-up call to the E.U.
From the Express, the victory for Eurosceptics in Austria could be a nightmare for the E.U.
From The Local AT, Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz promises "great change".
From Russia Today, in Austria, it's the "rise of the right".
From Breitbart London, a Swedish woman defends Islamic polygamy.
From WestMonster, Angela Merkel faces calls for her resignation - from her own party.
From BosNewsLife, Hungary pledges to take in "a limited number" of Christians.
From Dutch News, some people in the Netherlands will be paying a higher tax rate, despite recent tax cuts.
From The Local FR, in France, any "undocumented foreigner" (a.k.a. illegal alien) who commits a crime (besides being in the country illegally) will be deported.
From The Local SE, in Sweden, police have a difficult time deporting failed asylum seekers.
From The Telegraph, in Portugal, 27 people have reportedly died as a result of wildfires. (I think that California might have the right to say, "Welcome to the club.")
From CNN, Sgt. Bergdahl pleads guilty.
From AOL, citing Thomson Reuters, President Trump says that Congress is working on a "short-term solution" for health insurance markets.
From NBC News, Trump claims to understand his friend Steve Bannon's "war on GOP establishment".
From the Los Angeles Times, Trump blames the Cuban government for sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats.
From the Daily Mail, the Egyptian division of ISIS carries out a sharia punishment, and after her town was taken from ISIS, an Iraqi woman joyfully rips off her burqa.
From the Inquirer, in the Philippines, two dead terrorists will be given an Islamic burial.
From The Korea Herald, according to National Security Adviser McMaster, America's options on North Korea are "under constant refinement".
From Philly(dot)com, Philadelphia's soda tax produces all-too-predictable consequences.
And from The Daily Caller, the president apparently would welcome a rematch. (As a certain saying goes, be careful what you ask for.)