China this week granted Ivanka Trump’s company its 13th trademark in the past three months, and has granted provisional approval for another eight trademarks. The trademarks, which could be worth millions, will allow the first daughter’s company to market in China a wide range of products branded with her name, including baby blankets, perfume, makeup, and furniture.
Since 1980, the percentage of eligible female adults who have voted in presidential elections has exceeded that of males. In 2016, 63.3 percent of eligible women voted, compared with 59.3 percent of men.
Arlington National Cemetery is running out of space. With 420,000 veterans and their relatives already buried there and approximately 7,000 more laid to rest each year, the grounds are expected to be at capacity within 25 years. The Army is considering a proposal to restrict burial there to those killed in action or who received a Medal of Honor.
The New York Times
Mexico—where firearms are legal but heavily regulated—has just one legal gun shop, on a heavily guarded military base. Each day the army gun store sells on average just 38 firearms to civilians, while an estimated 580 weapons are smuggled into Mexico from the U.S.
Los Angeles Times
38% of Republicans think President Trump should face a primary opponent in the 2020 election, while 50% of Republicans oppose a GOP primary battle. 36% of all voters say they would vote for Trump over a generic Democrat in the 2020 election.
42% of U.S. adults say that it can “sometimes” be appropriate to protest by kneeling during the national anthem, while 53% say kneeling is “never appropriate.” 86% of Republicans say it is never appropriate to kneel. Just 29% of Democrats say the same.
Washington Post–Kaiser Family Foundation