During a World War I commemoration, the U.S. president stands apart, even on a continent where his brand of politics is on the rise.
The first lady engages with children, mostly from Guatemala, in classrooms at Texas facility a day after the president eases his policy on separation of migrant families.
After insisting, wrongly, that he had no choice but to separate immigrant families apprehended at the border, the president signs an executive order halting the practice.
The first lady is expected to remain hospitalized for the rest of the week.
The announcement comes on the same day Melania Trump launches a new initiative for children.
It's a good thing President Trump decided to spend the weekend playing golf and writing angry tweets at Mar-a-Lago instead.
Karen McDougal keeps the $150,000 she was paid by the National Enquirer in a settlement with the tabloid that "restores to me the rights to my life story."
Speaking in a series of interviews with Russian state TV, he calls the president "balanced" and expresses frustration over strained relations between the two countries.
The money, which attorney Michael Cohen says was his own, was given to Stormy Daniels, who at one time claimed she had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump. The Federal Election Commission is looking into the matter.
The current state of America has a lot of people feeling anxious and depressed about our future. But in uncertain times, a little humor can be a tonic.