From The Guardian, a German comedian faces prosecution for joking about the Turkish president.
From the Brisbane Times, an Australian accused of racial discrimination over a Facebook post faces a huge legal fee bill.
From Reuters, in a YouGov poll over the possible exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, "In" has a slight lead.
From the Daily Mail, London Mayor Boris Johnson has some harsh words for President Obama.
From Breitbart's Big Government, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WS) wants Puerto Rico bondholders to be treated in the same way as Chrysler bondholders were in 2008 and 2009.
From The Washington Times, Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) vetoes a bill that would end permanent alimony.
In an audio program, WUIS asks, "Should movie theaters allow texting?"
From TownHall, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wants the United States to be more like Europe, but apparently overlooks European unemployment.
From Catholic News Service, Sanders says that his visit to the Vatican was not a political endorsement.
From The Hill, health insurance companies are warning about their losses from Obamacare.
From the Evening Standard, two Muslims in Britain draw flak for praising a Pakistani man for killing a provincial governor.
From India.com, a Muslim man in India divorces his wife for voting for the wrong political party.
In an Op-Ed, Arutz Sheva asks, "Is Islam senselessly targeting Muslims?"
From FrontpageMag, how the mullahs of Iran spread Sharia outside their country.
From National Review, why sitcoms don't mention abortion.
From AOL, a college student allegedly killed her newborn baby in a bathroom.
From The Times Of Israel, the Academy of the Hebrew Languages announces several new words relating to computers and technology.
From Fox News, a judge rules that a lawsuit can go forward against the makers of a gun used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings.
From CNN, the Czech Republic announces a shorter version of their name.
And from The Verge, the future of food in theaters could get weird.