From MSN, Melania Trump invites two guests to join her at Barbara Bush's funeral.
From Politico, what Mrs. Trump could learn from Mrs. Bush.
From Bizpac Review, a former federal prosecutor calls James Comey's memos a "suicide note".
From The Federalist, why there is a ban on chemical weapons.
From Bloomberg, while ditching his nuclear tests, Rocket Man shifts his attention to the economy. (The story comes via HotAir and was written by someone with the last name Kim.)
From Shy Society, the owners of a mosque in South Reading, England have breached the planning laws.
From France24, students evicted from Tolbiac University in Paris say that their protest is "far from over".
From Deutsche Welle, anti-nuke activists file charges against the operators of two power plants.
From Voice Of Europe, the Polish government forms a group to deal with unequal treatment of right-wingers on social media. (Being on the right and having some Polish descent, I couldn't agree more with this development.)
From the Evening Standard, accord to a leading British trauma surgeon, London could face "carnage" this summer.
From the Daily Star, two men are stabbed just outside an Underground station. (The "carnage" isn't waiting for summer to arrive, it would seem.)
From Ekathimerini, hopes are low for a deal to relieve Greek debt.
From Gatestone Institute, "a month of Islam and multiculturalism in Germany".
From the Express, the United Kingdom and Australia are working on what could be an "epic" trade agreement.
From The Local FR, Generation Identity activists block an Alpine pass against use by illegal migrants.
From Pakistan Today, a Christian woman is set on fire for refusing a Muslim man's marriage proposal.
From The National, accused rapid Tariq Ramadan admits a relationship with one of his accusers.
From The Express Tribune, a fitness center in Saudi Arabia is closed over an "indecent" workout video.
From the Daily Mail, according to a propaganda video, al Qaeda uses Google Maps to plan their attacks.
From Macau News Agency, Saudi moviegoers "flock" to see Black Panther.
From Townhall, seven things forcing the United States toward another civil war.
From the New York Post, Meghan Markle is not marrying up; Prince Harry is.
From Page Six, the actor who played Mini-Me, RIP.
From CNN, at the request of Sylvester Stallone, President Trump is considering pardoning boxer Jack Johnson.
From PYMNTS, "weird stuff people buy on Amazon".
And from Think, Dungeons and Dragons isn't just a game for nerds.