Although there is no such official designation, I call July 20th "moon landing day" because it's the anniversary of Neil Armstrong's and Buzz Aldrin's first steps on the moon. That said, here are some things going on down here on earth:
From The Washington Times, in an appropriate development, a bag containing traces of moon dust is sold at auction.
From CNN, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has undergone surgery for brain cancer.
From NBC News, former football player and murder suspect O. J. Simpson has been granted parole, after serving nine years for a botched robbery.
From The Blaze, at his parole hearing, Simpson still managed to raise eyebrows.
From the Daily Mail, Austria gives Italy some advice about migrants.
From PRI, a German town struggles to deal with migrants.
From The New York Times, an American city struggles to deal with refugees, and vice versa.
From the Express, a Russian woman is held at the border of Turkey and Syria.
From the Washington Examiner, the GOP needs to get their act together on the Obamacare repeal or face a difficult time in 2018.
From Reuters, a British zoo donates white rhino eggs to help develop IVF technology.
From Breitbart London, in Berlin schools, an increasingly common insult is anti-Jewish.
From the Independent, a song by Puerto Rican artists gets banned in Malaysia.
From FrontpageMag, what difference would it have made?
National Review opines that Attorney General Sessions should not expand civil forfeiture.
From Townhall, elect Kid Rock.
From Twitchy, conservatives offer new slogans for Democrats.
From LifeNews, a court rules against an Illinois law that would have forced pregnancy centers and doctors to promote abortion.
From Fox News, the FBI turns over 7,000 documents from Anthony Weiner's laptop.
From DefenseTech, the Russian Su-35 performs at an airshow near Moscow.
And from The Telegraph, the lion named Xanda suffers his father's fate. (via the New York Post)