From NBC News, Donald Trump becomes the first sitting American president to visit the Western Wall.
From the Los Angeles Times, at the Western Wall, Trump was not joined by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.
From Haaretz, in one writer's opinion, Trump's visit will not be good for the Israeli right.
From FrontpageMag, Trump's speech in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was a "marked improvement" over President Obama's speech in Egypt in 2009.
From National Review, Trump's speech was "statesmanlike".
From the Daily Mail, in one writer's opinion, the speech showed that Trump could be a "brilliant president".
From The Washington Free Beacon, reporters fall for a fake list of demands by Trump on his Israeli hosts. (You'd think that inclusion of bacon, which is very non-kosher, might have been a clue.)
From PoliZette, America's first Slavic FLOTUS impresses the Saudis and Israelis.
From The Hill, America's Ambassador to the United Nations says we "absolutely" need an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
From Twitchy, one of the Notre Dame
snowflakes graduates explains why they walked out of Vice President Pence's commencement speech.
From CNN, a report from someone who attended Pence's speech.
From the Tampa Bay Times, is it neo-Nazis or Muslims? It's both.
From The Sun, one sign that your relationship may be in trouble. (via Fox News. Also, note the name of the writer.)
From The Daily Caller, wind turbines are blamed for the deaths of three whales. (TDC cites The Times, but you'll have to register to access the full article there.)
From the Express, a Swedish airport is evacuated after a "trace of explosive" was found in someone's bag, and Spain faces a possible Catalexit.
From The Old Continent, in Austria, the victim of a migrant gang rape speaks out.
From Baptist Press, four lesbian couples sue the state of Tennessee over legal definitions.
From The Express Tribune, in Pakistan, a professor and his niece are arrested for allegedly having links to ISIS.
From The Times Of India, two boys are stripped and tonsured for stealing food.
From Indonesia Expat, in Indonesia, in preparation for Ramadan, police crack down on illegal alcohol sales.
From Breitbart London, Polish party leader Jarosław Kaczyński says the migrant crisis in Europe is Germany's fault.
And from The Sacramento Bee, LeBron James is human.