From The Washington Times, a woman is arrested as an alleged accessory to a triple murder.
From the Los Angeles Times, the London premiers of three movies have been cancelled.
From Fox Nation, President Trump orders an investigation into the leaking of British intelligence.
From Twitchy, Trump's rival returns to her alma mater.
From Townhall, DHS Secretary John Kelly responds to Trump's predecessor.
From Bloomberg, Trump's allies have been "convicted of high crimes without a trial".
From the Washington Examiner, Mark Levin thinks Sean Hannity "should consider suing" Media Matters.
From CNN, terrorists kill 26 Coptic Christians as they were riding a bus.
From The Telegraph, more on the Manchester bomber, from his sister.
From AhlulBayt News Agency, Iran claims that their third underground missile production site is "fully operational". (That term sounds vaguely familiar.)
From FrontpageMag, a self-described "Jersey Girl" weighs in on Confederate statues and other matters.
From ABC News, a day after being charged with allegedly body-slamming a reporter, Greg Gianforte (R-MT) wins a special congressional election.
From Bizpac Review, when it comes to assaulting reporters, Gianforte isn't alone.
From The Daily Caller, some people demand that In-N-Out burger stop serving meat made with antibiotics.
From The Roanoke Times, my alma mater is classified as a "baron" in college football.
From The Babylon Bee, which is satirical, a bible college freshman offers his pastor some help.
And from the normally not satirical ZeroHedge, let's have some fun with Bo(eh)ner.