From the Independent, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron rules out another referendum.
From FrontpageMag, the "paradigm is falling apart".
From Crain's Chicago Business, stocks and the British pound fall again.
From Market Watch, the pound could see new lows against the dollar.
From Gateway Pundit, columnist George Will, who recently left the GOP while bashing Trump (R-NY), had previous disfavored Ronald Reagan.
From PoliZette, "the hypocrites have left the building".
From WGN, Hillary Clinton (D-NY) campaigns today in Chicago.
From Fox News, musician Charlie Daniels shares his opinions.
From The Washington Post, President Obama has not done much to help U.S. diplomats harassed by Russia. (via The Washington Free Beacon)
From Philly(dot)com, Philadelphia police investigate murders involving three different weapons, and one of them is arrested and fired after stealing $38 from a handyman.
From CNN, the Supreme Court has overturned the convictions of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell (R) in an 8-0 vote.
From NBC News, SCOTUS also strikes down a Texas law regulating abortion clinics, in a 5-3 vote. (via Hot Air)
From Asian Correspondent, a Malaysian woman stands up to religious policing.
From NBC DFW, 11 migrants from Cuba, allegedly armed with machetes, are detained by the Border Patrol.
From The Guardian, the judge who gave a six-month sentence to a Stanford swimmer for sexual assault wasn't so lenient with an immigrant from El Salvador. (via the New York Post)
From CNS News, Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) wants legislation to limit the size of ammunition clips and magazines.
From the Daily Mail, ISIS hangs four people as "spies" and forces their families to watch.
From Khaama Press, an attempt by five "militants" to plant a bomb at a mosque becomes their last mistake.
And from Wired, a virtual reality field trip from Google.