The couple will not attend the Kennedy Center Honors to avoid political distraction, officials say.
Police cite a terrorist attack as an 18-year-old Moroccan is held over Friday's double killing.
The man stabbed people apparently at random in the city of Surgut before being shot dead by police.
Police want to interview Mrs Mugabe about an alleged assault at a hotel in Johannesburg.
Deputy Education Minister Mduduzi Manana is accused of assaulting a woman in a nightclub.
The fired Trump strategist pledges to fight for the agenda that he says won the US presidency.
Footage has emerged of the van attack on Las Ramblas which left 13 people dead.
Ruth Pfau dedicated her life to treating tens of thousands of leprosy patients across Pakistan.
Luis Fonsi becomes a tourist guide in Puerto Rico and some other stories you may have missed this week.
The threat of terrorism has become a grim fact of life for parts of Europe.
A third person is arrested in the town of Ripoll, where the main suspect in Thursday's attack also lived.
The victims of attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils come from 34 different countries, officials say.
Here's what we know after two attacks in Spain's Catalonia region.
Bannon has announced he is returning to Breitbart to go 'to war for Trump against his opponents'.
Police in Turku say they know the attacker's identity and have raided an address in the city.
"The worst part is that people got hurt," a seventy-year-old man caught up in the Charlottesville clashes told the Washington Post. "The police stood by and didn't do a g------- thing." Experts as distinguished as former Philadelphia chief Charles H. Ramsey commented on that department's failure to "have overwhelming force" on hand, and others spoke of the police appearing "outnumbered, ill-prepared and inexperienced."
The move comes as government critic and ex-chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega flees to Colombia.
A Los Angeles court rejects a plea by a woman raped by the director to dismiss the 40-year-old case.
Reporter Umaru Fofana reflects on a week that saw horrific mudslide and flooding in the capital, Freetown.
A fledgling Hong Kong investigative news agency has quickly built a reputation for its scoops.