Here are some things going on as July 2012 comes to a close:
From the Los Angeles Times, a body believed to be of a missing FBI agent has been found in Burbank.
From Newsmax, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee's Chik-fil-A support page on Facebook has been visited over 20 million times.
The Weekly Standard points out that what Mitt Romney said about culture impacting economic conditions during his recent visit to Jerusalem wasn't all that different from some things President Obama said during his 2009 speech in Cairo.
From LifeSiteNews, business has boomed for a bakery in Colorado, after it refused to provide a wedding cake for a gay couple.
From the Washington Times, the House Judiciary Committee reports on crimes committed by illegal aliens that the Obama administration won't deport. (H/T Big Government)
From the Foundry, Republicans in the Senate say no votes on judges until after the election.
From Gateway Pundit, former Olympic organizer Mitt Romney gets the endorsement of former Olympic athletes including Christi Yamaguchi, and also from Lech Wałęsa.
From Smart Girl Politics, thanks to NY mayor Bloomberg, Obama's fictional Julia will learn to breastfeed.
From the Associated Press, the Syrian city of Aleppo has been under siege.
From the Wall Street Journal, a deal has been reached that will allow a female Saudi Arabian to compete in judo while wearing her head scarf.
Speaking of the Olympics, if the United States can't get all of the medals for the hammer throw, here's someone I'd like to see get one. He used to compete for my alma mater, but now competes for one of my ancestral countries.
From Fox News, a Congressional report blames five ATF agents for "Fast and Furious".
From Yahoo News, Iraq will get some help from Great Britain in destroying the remains of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons. You know, the stuff that Saddam didn't really have, but Dubya lied by saying he did. (Admission by W's former leftwing critics that they were wrong in 4...3...2...oh wait, Hell will freeze over first.)
And finally, in one more from Yahoo News, a couple in New York state will remarry after 48 years of divorce.