- Is Nikki Haley "the GOP's Obama"?
- The NFL has approved the St. Louis Rams' return to Los Angeles this fall, and the San Diego Chargers may follow.
- A new United Nations estimate says that 3.3 percent of the population lives in a country in which they were not born.
- Iran has released two U.S. Navy boats and 10 sailors after they accidentally trespassed in Iranian waters. A statement from the Navy said there were "no indications that the sailors were harmed during their brief detention" and that the Navy would "investigate the circumstances that led to the sailors' presence in Iran."
- A Pennsylvania constable serving an eviction notice wound up fatally shooting a 12-year-old girl instead.
- South Korea is calling on America and other allies to inflict "bone-numbing pain," in the form of sanctions, on North Korea after the country's latest nuclear test.
- Denmark's government may start seizing cash and valuables from asylum seekers.
- One of the Libertarian Party's biggest celeb supporters, Tommy Chong, has deserted for team Sanders, calling him the "one candidate this year [that] has said things I truly believe in, like supporting the legalization of…a fair and humane immigration policy."
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