In other news:
From the Express, a bomb was discovered inside a cell phone at India's Mangalore Airport.
From France24, a German NGO demands that Italy return their boat, which was allegedly used to smuggle migrants into Italy. (If you ask me, if you participate in human trafficking, the confiscation of your boat, or whatever vehicle you used, should be the least of your worries.)
From the New York Post, President Trump unloads on "Rocket Man" (and I don't mean the Elton John song) at the U.N.
From National Review, more on the president's speech.
From the Daily Mail, a Russian military helicopter, allegedly by accident, fires missiles at bystanders.
From the Independent, there are now over 2 million Japanese people at least 90 years old.
From Breitbart's Big Journalism, CNN wants Sean Spicer blacklisted.
From the Washington Examiner, two Democratic congressmen are arrested after sitting in the street outside the Trump Tower in Manhattan.
From Palestinian Media Watch, a TV preacher libels the late Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
From the Metro, a customer at a British bank, disgruntled for having to wait too long, sets himself on fire.
From the Evening Standard, thugs try to smash a jewelry store window and fail.
From the International Business Times, in India, four Muslim youths allegedly rape a Hindu girl, try to convert her to Islam, and force her to eat meat.
From FrontpageMag, "Black Lives Matter occupies St. Louis".
From Townhall, the latest in PC stupidity.
From Conservative Review, a look at the Alabama Senate primary election.
From the Boston Globe, it looks like déjà vu all over again for residents of the Virgin Islands.
From The Sun, a German U-boat from WWI has been found in the North Sea. (H/T GulfDogs for the Tweet)
From NBC New York, authorities have seized an amount of fentanyl that could kill 32 million people.
From Variety, the Israeli film Foxtrot wins eight Ophir awards and will represent Israel in the Oscars.
And from the YouTube user Cigar Wrappers, the Illegal Immigrant Song.