From The Times-Picayune, 16 anti-Trump vandals appear in court.
From Greek Reporter, the Greek government will freeze pensions until 2022.
From Assyrian National News Agency, Germany warns Iraqi Kurds against having a "one-sided" election.
From The Blaze, while former FBI Director James Comey testified, Donald Trump sent out Tweets. (No, I'm not talking about the president.)
From Yahoo News, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) admits having given Comey confusing questions.
From the Los Angeles Times, a talk radio host in Arizona blasts Comey.
From Fox News, Comey's testimony, in their opinion, exonerates President Trump.
From Twitchy, Trump's former rival appears to be stuck in an "infinite loop".
From The Telegraph, the United Kingdom appears to have elected a "hung parliament", and the Saudi soccer team would not line up for a moment of silence in honor of the victims of the London Bridge terror attack.
From The Tower, the Labour Party's candidate for Prime Minister, Jeremy Corbin, has "extremist ties".
From The New American, according to the National Association of Secretaries of State, the 2016 election "was not hacked".
From Breitbart London, the brother of one of the London Bridge terrorists had received money from a government anti-radicalization program.
From Stinson Hunter, video of a man attacking police with a hammer near Nôtre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
From the International Business Times, and perhaps the non-sequitur department, Iran's Revolutionary Guard blames the terror attack in Iran on President Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia.
From Sp!ked, private jokes can get you expelled from Harvard.
From Breitbart's Big Government, the Charlotte (gay) Pride Parade bans a pro-Trump gay group. (So much for the "inclusion" the left likes to preach.)
From The Hill, the House scales back Dodd-Frank.
From World Israel News, Palestinian leader Abbas agrees to meet Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu without a settlement freeze as a pre-condition.
From the Daily Mail, ISIS warns of future attacks.
And from The Washington Times, you can fish without a license in Michigan - but only this weekend.